14/07/21

“Like a puppet…sorry, sponge…. on a string” as Sandi Shaw didn’t sing. New test for oesophageal cancer

Back in 2019, researchers at the John Hopkins University were looking at a new way to diagnose cancer of the oesophagus, using what are called …

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medical law
25/06/21

E-Scooters

The use of e-scooters on roads is illegal and is banned anywhere except on private land. Whereas, normal scooters can be used on roads but …

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25/06/21

Sign Up for Horse Safety!

Horse & Hound reported this week on a new survey being run by The British Horse Society (BHS) aimed at helping shape the charity’s future …

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cycling law
18/06/21

Cycle Helmets save lives

The Leicester Mercury recently reported the sad death of a 24- year old cyclist who came off his bike in a city street and suffered …

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Action for Brain Injury Week
17/05/21

Still there….inside…

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

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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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19/03/21

Fairground attractions

One of the things people will be looking forward to after we can all move around freely again after 21 June (if that stays as …

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Medical law
16/03/21

A Sporting Chance To Recover

It doesn’t seem all that long ago since we were writing about the possible group action by rugby players alleging that they have developed dementia …

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Shannon Brennan
15/03/21

Congratulations to Shannon Brennan, who recently qualified as a Solicitor in the Ringrose Law Personal Injury Department.

Congratulations to Shannon, who has qualified as a Personal Injury Solicitor at Ringrose Law. Shannon joined Ringrose Law in 2017 as a Paralegal in the …

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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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