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The Hillsborough Verdict – Can Compensation Claims Be Re-opened for Primary and Secondary Victims?


After 27 years, the families of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough Football Stadium disaster have finally had official confirmation of what they and many of us who have been following the events believed to be true all along – […]

Preventing Pedestrian Injuries: Remember the Green Cross Code


Accidents involving pedestrians are surprisingly common. The statistics make clear how vulnerable pedestrians are… In 2014, there were 19,239 slightly injured casualties, 5,063 seriously injured pedestrians and pedestrian fatalities made up 25% of all road accident fatalities…and we’re just talking […]

Talcum Powder and Cancer – Are You At Risk?


When I was a child, back in the 1970s, my Mother always patted me down with Johnson and Johnson talcum powder after a bath, as did most parents of that generation. Even now, I can still remember how comforting it […]

Protecting Cyclists On UK Roads

Cycling personal injury Claims

Protecting Cyclists On UK Roads Cycling has always been a staple part of UK culture, whether as a form of off-road adventure or as a primary form of transport. It beats the traffic and improves your fitness, so what’s so […]

Should You Let Your Child Play Rugby?

Brain Injury (main)

“Anyone who has spent an hour picking skull fragments out of the contused frontal lobes of a teenage rugby player is entitled to an opinion on the safety of youth rugby” states a paediatric neurosurgeon writing in the British Medical […]

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