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Simon O'Loughlin

Injury Prevention Week: What we know from other European countries about e-scooters

With Injury Prevention Week the use of e-scooters is in the spotlight as a growing area of concern across the UK.  This article considers...

David Withers

The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022

The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 (“the Act”) comes into force on 5th July 2022. One of the most significant changes is...

David Withers

On your bike

By Peter Lorence, serious injury lawyer at Irwin Mitchell Rising fuel prices, a cost of living crisis and rail strikes are prompting...

Paul Ramsay

The cost of living crisis and implications for cancer sufferers

The last few months have been some of the worst on record with millions across the country feeling at first hand the huge effects of the...

Alexander Davenport

Non-freezing cold injury: A legacy of the Falklands conflict which still affects service personnel 40 years on

June 14 marks the 40th anniversary of the end of the Falklands conflict. This conflict and its aftermath still run deep within the minds...

Gruffydd Owen

Ajax armoured vehicles: Independent review's terms are disappointing and could lead to missed opportunities to protect armed forces personnel

The terms of reference for an independent review into the apparent failings of the Ajax armoured vehicles were published. The terms set...

David Withers

E-scooters: Areas to watch in respect of their use and proposed changes to the law

Across the UK at least 12 people died and more than 900 were injured last year in collisions involving e-scooters, according to the...

Demetrius Danas

Why package holidays are the safest way to go as more people return to travel

The international travel industry slowed to a virtual standstill over the past two years, with traveller numbers dropping to historic...