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It may come as a surprise that something like 300,000 people each year enter our hospitals having suffered a traumatic head or brain injury.
Alan Jolliffe, personal injury solicitor at IBB Solicitors, has discussed the Mesothelioma Act 2014 in the The Personal Injury Brief Update.
Following a preliminary EU court ruling, severe obesity may in future be classified as a disability under EU law.
Daniel Jefferies has been awarded a six-figure sum after he was left brain damaged following surgery at Bristol Royal Infirmary.
Justice secretary Chris Grayling will hear his new Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill 2014–5 debated in the House of Commons on 21 July 2014.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have found that house prices rose by 10.5 per cent year on year for the 12 months to May 2014.
New figures released by the Health and Safety Executive have indicated that the number of cancer deaths in the UK caused by asbestos exposure is continuing to rise.
Video: procurement and the importance of well-drafted contracts in the construction and engineering industry download
Paul Brampton, partner and head of construction and engineering, talks about the lawyer’s role in construction and engineering procurement and more.
The parents of a toddler who died in 2012 have accepted a £30,000 pay-out after the trust running Queen Alexandra Hospital admitted the tragedy could have been avoided.
In this video, Malcolm Underhill, a partner and child abuse solicitor at IBB Solicitors, speaks to Chris Anderson, executive director of MaleSurvivor.org.
Thousands of jobless claimants denied benefits under flagship back-to-work schemes could be in line to share £130m in compensation.
Colchester Hospital has awarded a nine-year-old girl a £5.5m compensation package after delays in treating her meningitis when she was a baby left her with brain damage.
From October, different rules come into force on how assets should be distributed when someone dies without making a will.
One of the problems faced by HR managers is how you go about having a difficult conversation with an employee who isn’t performing as well as you would like.
An analysis of reporting incidents has shown that 29 out 141 trusts did not record the expected number of safety incidents.
A private member’s bill, the Divorce (Financial Provisions) Bill, introduced by Lady Deech, has received its second reading in the House of Lords.
Video: construction and engineering disputes — how the right legal advice can prevent serious problems download
In this video, Paul Brampton discusses the importance of obtaining specialist legal advice in construction and engineering disputes.
A study has shown that divorce in middle or later life is no barrier to having a long and happy marriage and can even lead to a greater contentment in the long term.
In this video, Serdar Mehmet, a residential development laywer at IBB Solicitors, discusses key land law issues for residential developers.
Companies are being urged to take note of the new flexible working law, which gives all workers with at least 26 weeks of service the right to request flexible working.