Action for Brain Injury Week
17/05/21

Still there….inside…

I am sure we all know or have known a stroppy, morose, seemingly permanently half- asleep teenager. We might even live with one.   We might …

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cycling law
17/05/21

Cycle helmets and Traumatic Brain Injury – new research paves the way for more robust methods of helmet…

Since the start of lockdown in March 2020, the number of people cycling in the UK has risen significantly. By June 2020, it was reported …

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Action for Brain Injury Week
17/05/21

Action for Brain Injury Week 2021

The team at Ringrose Law will be marking Action for Brain Injury Week this year from Monday 17th – 22nd May. The campaign this year, …

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21/04/21

Medical treatment Delay

Once again, delays in the NHS caused by the pandemic taking over the NHS are in the news.  Normal diagnostic tests and routine surgery had …

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05/03/21

Smart Motorways

Smart motorways have been making a somewhat controversial appearance in the news headlines during the last couple of years. This is largely due to an …

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Road Traffic Accidents
18/11/20

Preparing for the Winter Months

Although we are currently in the middle of a National Lockdown, there are still journeys to be made and a number of vehicles still on …

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PI Award
28/10/20

Richard Teare – Claimant Lawyer of the Year Finalist at the 2020 Personal Injury Awards

Congratulations to Richard Teare, Solicitor and Partner at Ringrose Law, who has been shortlisted for the Claimant Lawyer of the Year Award at the 2020 …

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medical law
15/09/20

Covid delays in treatment – can legal claims be made?

The Lincolnite reported on 1 September 2020 that United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has reduced its backlog of cancer patients after the coronavirus lockdown has been …

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Legal Proceedings
15/09/20

Not just ballroom dancing that can be strict…

The magazine Horse and Hound recently reported a rather worrying case which highlights how horse owners could find themselves liable for compensation following a horse …

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21/08/20

Injury Prevention Week – Child Safety

Parents spend on average 37 hours per week worrying about their child and the possibility of injury. Is this just part and parcel of being …

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Personal Injury
20/08/20

Injury Prevention Week: Accidents when out and about

As more of us are starting to get out and about again following COVID-19 lock down, we look at how to reduce the risks of …

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18/08/20

“Down, Shep!”

The immortal words of the late John Noakes, for those of us old enough to remember him in Blue Peter in the 60’s and 70’s …

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