We have spent the past year raising awareness of accidents that are preventable. If our content saves one person from a preventable injury, we have been successful.
We will continue to raise awareness in 2022 as we look back at some of the issues,...Read More
Negligence destroys lives every day. We think it will not happen to us, but it can happen to anyone, and it could happen to you.
The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) began a campaign last year. The aim was to help people understand th...Read More
A successful trial last week for our client, a motorcyclist, who had been knocked off his bike by a car pulling a trailer as they overtook him in slow-moving traffic.
The defendant denied liability throughout seeking to argue that they did not mak...Read More
Are you still experiencing pain months after an accident and injury? Pain lasting longer than three months could be a sign of a chronic pain disorder.
Chronic pain disorders are often triggered by an injury or trauma and can last for several years...Read More
With any Budget, some benefit more than others and the recent Autumn Budget was no exception.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak focused more on spending than tax cuts in this budget and with news of investment in the judicial system and healthcare, our clien...Read More
The number of Escooters on UK roads is increasing with several cities running trial rental schemes.
As the number of escooters increases so does the number of accidents and we are predicting a surge in the number of personal injury cases as a resu...Read More
In 2019 reported road accidents killed 1,752 people with 26,000 people seriously injured. Of those killed, 39 were children aged 15 or under.
The stats from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) are a sobering read. More so bec...Read More
Safety humps introduced by some councils to protect cyclists have caused several accidents. This has led to some councils removing them.
Black and white rubber humps or 'Orcas', as they resemble whales, have come under scrutiny from road safety gr...Read More
Around two million people in the UK have a food allergy. Many have mild reactions to certain foods such as stomach pain, itching, a rash or swelling.
Yet, some cases can lead to anaphylactic shock and even death. There have been several high-profi...Read More
The links between contact sport and dementia have been well documented. Concussion and constant trauma to the head have been linked with the onset of dementia or Alzheimer’s in later life.
Sporting groups and the government are now taking steps ...Read More