02/10/20

Brain Injury Awareness Week – October 2020

There are many ways that a brain injury can occur. People often think first of trauma to the brain caused by an injury such as …

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01/10/20

Brain Injury Week Accidents at Work – hard hats and hard lessons

Construction sites are dangerous places.  The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) reports construction sites to be the most common cause of musculoskeletal injuries. Approximately 3.4% …

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01/10/20

Action for Brain Injury Week: How you can help someone with a brain injury

When someone is diagnosed with any form of brain injury, it is not only the person who has acquired the brain injury who feels the …

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30/09/20

Headway Lincolnshire and Brain Injury Awareness

A brain injury can happen to anybody, at any time. Nobody is immune and anybody could need help, at any point in their lives. Headway …

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28/09/20

Self-drive Vehicles and Personal Injury Claims

The back-up driver of an Uber self-driving car that killed a pedestrian in 2018 has been charged with negligent homicide. Over recent years, the world …

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Action for Brain Injury Week
28/09/20

Action for Brain Injury Week – Concussion

When we think about head or brain injuries, we tend to have a picture of very serious conditions from which people never recover.  This is …

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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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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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18/08/20

The Dutch Reach – Injury Prevention Week 2020

You’d be forgiven for thinking that ‘the Dutch Reach’ was a type of machinery, or perhaps an exotic plant or even a wrestling move, but …

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John Knight - Head of Cycling Claims at Ringrose Law
04/08/20

On yer bikes….!

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has often been seen cycling around London (though perhaps somewhat precariously…) and is known to be supportive of cycling as a …

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Prescription claims
27/07/20

Paying a high price for lip service – What protection is there when lip (dermal) fillers go wrong?

Lip (dermal) fillers are an increasingly popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure, some would say, much encouraged by the prevalence of social media, “celebrity culture” and social …

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