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Limb Loss Awareness Month

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April is Limb Loss Awareness Month. This is an event run by various charities to raise awareness about living with limb loss and supporting amputees in a community setting by ensuring that they have the access to the correct support system....

GP Exodus and Delayed Diagnosis

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It was recently reported that the NHS is facing a mass exodus of GPs in England. Official data was quoted showing that 23% of family doctors are 55 years or over and will be looking to retire within the next few years, with the average retirement age being...

Medical Advancement for Spinal Cord Injuries

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Michel Roccati made international news for being the first person, with a completely severed spinal cord, to regain the ability to walk. This was made possible by ground-breaking advancements in medical technology which will hopefully lead the way in...

The Seriousness of Cycling Accidents

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During the Covid 19 pandemic, we have seen a rise in people abandoning their cars and public transport in favour of bicycles as their preferred mode of transport to work. Last year, the Government encouraged this by offering a £2 billion package to...

Rehabilitation in Personal Injury Litigation

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The basic principle for recovery of compensation in personal injury and medical negligence cases is to put the injured person back in the position they would have been in if the accident/negligence did not occur. For example, if the Claimant suffered a...

Construction Site Fatal Accident: Case Study

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The Claimant was widowed following a tragic accident on a construction site . Her husband had been working for a scaffolding company contracted to erect scaffolding in order that a fragile roof could be replaced. Whilst working on the roof, the...

Spinal Injuries Association Fundraising!

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We are happy to announce that on the 14 February 2020, we will be holding a raffle to raise funds for the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA). The SIA provide assistance to anyone who has been touched by spinal cord injury. Their ultimate goal is to enable...

Maternity Scandal

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Hundreds of families are coming forward after a report from an investigation for NHS Improvement was leaked outlining the failings of the maternity ward from 1979 until present at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust. The said failings resulted in a...

Action for Brain Injury Week

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This week is Action for Brain Injury Week which is an annual event organised by Headway, a leading charity supporting brain injured people. This year’s theme is to raise awareness of fatigue which is a common symptom for those with brain injury. It...