22/07/22

Ringrose Law Awarded ‘Best Personal Injury & Medical Negligence Law firm’ in the East Midlands by the SME…

Ringrose Law are celebrating being awarded ‘Best Personal Injury & Medical Negligence Law’ firms in the East Midlands at the SME News Legal Awards. “The …

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19/05/22

Immediate scans on the pitch for safer sport

BBC News carried a report earlier this month  by their Health Editor,  Hugh Pym, about how a “pitch side scan” is being tried out by …

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16/05/22

Action for Brain Injury Week – 16th-22nd May 2022

“When you are a Bear of Very Little Brain, and you Think of Things, you find sometimes that a Thing which seemed very Thingish inside …

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16/05/22

#ABIWeek 2022 – “One of the advantages of being disorganized is that one is always having surprising discoveries.”…

But of course it’s not deliberate disorganisation-it’s a consequence of injury.  And the “surprising discoveries” may be the novel and innovative ways to deal with …

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16/05/22

#ABIWeek “If the person you are talking to doesn’t appear to be listening, be patient. It may simply…

Another sensible piece of advice from Winnie The Pooh. As part of Brain Injury Week and the theme of “See The Hidden Me”, the brain …

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16/05/22

Action for Brain Injury Week – “I’ll never be like other people, but that’s alright because I’m a…

Our Head of Department and Senior Director, John Knight, is a great Winnie the Pooh fan.  I am not a great one for Pooh, to …

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14/02/22

More on concussion

Following on from my colleague Beth’s article on 14 January 2022 as to whether concussion in sport is taken seriously enough, the magazine Horse and …

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Medical Law
14/02/22

E-scooters-toys or serious vehicles?

The Law Gazette, (a must-read for any lawyer) recently reported a case where an e-scooter rider injured when he was overtaken by a London bus …

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Prescription claims
14/02/22

Can nerve pain be treated?

As injury lawyers, we often see clients with extremely painful nerve damage injuries, perhaps where an injection has been administered incorrectly and a nerve damaged, …

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Medical assistance
11/02/22

NHS Waiting Lists – Years to Clear Backlog

It is currently estimated that there are six million people in the UK waiting for healthcare or investigations. The waiting list for hospital treatment is …

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04/02/22

Professional Footballer’s Association (PFA) sets up neurodegenerative care department for ex-players.

We have been blogging quite a bit recently about brain injuries in sports.  There are several reasons for this. Firstly, we have solicitors in our …

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03/02/22

50% of the population say “Not before time”- Government proposes improvements to women’s health

Between March and June 2021, 100,000 people and 400 organisations responded to give evidence in areas where improvement was needed to address the health of …

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