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UK Drivers - Are we really ready to lose control?

15 Sep 2020

The Government has recently launched a consultation into the technology supporting 'hands-free' driving, and estimate it could be legal on all UK roads by as early as 2021. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders suggest this new hands free technology could potentially cut accidents by up…

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Injury Prevention Week - 17 to 21 August 2020

17 Aug 2020

APIL (Association of personal injury lawyers) have recently launched a safety campaign focusing on Pedestrian safety. Although the number of accidents involving pedestrians has remained the same over the past few years it remains too high. Pedestrians are considered vulnerable road users. Any…

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Cycling Accident Compensation

28 Jul 2020

Cycling weekly recently reported that 1.3 million Brits had bought a bike during lockdown as people sought to take advantage of the exercise freedom allowed during the pandemic, following the governments advice to avoid public transport. As a result, there are many more cyclists on the road. Sales…

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Pedestrian and Cycle accidents and the effects of Covid-19

19 Jun 2020

The Covid restrictions have encouraged us to get out on our bicycles and walk. Cycle shops are reporting a significant increase in new purchases and the good weather has shown a significant increase in cycle and pedestrian traffic. During the initial days of lockdown, there were very few cars on…

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A Balancing Act

01 May 2020

Exploring the potential for personal injury claims against an employer arising from the COVID-19 personal protective equipment (PPE) shortage. It is important to remember that these are unprecedented times and there has had to be a quick response by employers to an evolving and dangerous situation…

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COVID-19 and the Justice System

19 Mar 2020

The present circumstances On 18 March 2020, the Lord Chancellor affirmed that "the rule of law is vital to a functioning democracy and even at times like these, it is essential that our independent courts are able to administer justice." Whilst many public places have either been…

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Mediation and the NHS

12 Mar 2020

Mediation is a way to resolve clinical negligence and personal injury claims without the delays of a trial, cost, uncertainty and stress of going to court. It is increasingly used in clinical negligence cases to narrow the issues or resolve the case. With a trend towards this type of resolution…

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NHS facing huge clinical negligence fees

28 Jan 2020

There has been a number of recent news articles in relation to the NHS facing huge clinical negligence fees. The article on the BBC states that, through a Freedom of Information request, it has come to light that the NHS in England faces paying out £4.3billion in legal fees to settle outstanding…

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