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Cathryn Godfrey

A 111% increase in reported incidents between horse riders and dog owners in two-year period

The British Horse Society confirmed a 111% increase in reported incidents with dogs over a two-year period. As a result, it published...

Lucy Poulson

New technology keeping cyclists safe on our roads

As we become increasingly conscious of both our health but also the impact of vehicle emissions on our environment, the number of...

Faith Brown

Alternative Dispute Resolution: The recent judgment made in Churchill v Merthyr Tydfil

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is an important part of the legal process for the claimant, defendant and the court. ADR provides...

Sophie Cuthbertson

Military Non-Freezing Cold Injury (NFCI): A legacy problem?

Cold Injury. NFCI. Trench foot. Call it what you will, it's not going away and continues to be a real problem for the modern day soldier....

Kate Easy

Patient safety concerns after Singleton Hospital maternity unit report published

As a specialist in claimant medical negligence, I have been following the developments at Swansea Bay University Health Board’s maternity...

Samantha Williams

The ambitious campaign to make cervical cancer a thing of the past

NHS England recently set out a “new and ambitious target” to eliminate cervical cancer by 2040.  Tweeting from the annual NHS Providers...

Cheryl Palmer-Hughes

Hague 19 on Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments : what does it mean for victims of personal injury?

The Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments 2019 (Hague 19) is focussed on civil and commercial matters....

Rebecca Tramaseur

Medical negligence lawyer urges clinicians to introduce personalised mental health assessments as study finds 41 NHS Trusts use standardised tools

Mental health is complex, individual specific and is every changing. As a medical negligence solicitor I've supported a number of...

Angela Batchelor

Grief Awareness Week: Legal partnership with Widowed and Young provides our clients with invaluable support while steering them through litigation

As lawyers, we see first-hand the devastation families face following a bereavement.  An unexpected or traumatic death can leave our...

Zoe Fisher

Serious injury lawyer sets out major change to e-scooter laws as driving licence verification introduced

From 5 December, people wishing to hire an e-scooter will be required legally to provide their name, driving licence number and a...