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Young people in Hull are being given the opportunity to learn life skills at a newly established drop-in centre set up with funding support from the Neil Hudgell Solicitors Trust.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors lawyer Sean Gordon has been named as one of three shortlisted finalists in the Modern Law Awards Compliance Officer of the Year category.
Although advances in technology should be utilised to their maximum potential, wherever possible, it cannot be relied upon alone, says Andrew Petherbridge.
A teenage swimmer is competing in the Special Olympics European Disability Swimming Championships — thanks to the sponsorship of the Neil Hudgell Solicitors Trust.
Research has suggested people in the Yorkshire and Humberside region are the most reluctant in the UK to claim compensation for genuine personal injuries.
Analysis compiled by moneysupermarket.com has found nine of the 10 occupations that cause the most accidents on the road to be medical workers.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors is helping a mother to sue Stockport Council for failing to maintain safety standards at a park where her daughter fell from a slide onto solid surfacing.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors has represented a 63-year-old patient whose hip replacement operation was cancelled as she lay on the operating table due to a mix-up over blood supplies.
Thanks to a recent sponsorship by the Neil Hudgell Solicitors Trust, players in the under-13s team at Lambwath Lions ARLFC now have new orange and black kits.
The case currently attracting media attention is that of the UK Uncut protestors, who were unlawfully sprayed with CS gas by PC James Kiddie.
The IPCC says its investigations into deaths during or following police contact have helped to reduce the number of fatalities.
The Neil Hudgell Solicitors Trust has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Pride of East Yorkshire Awards.
Last year, more than 6,000 people were admitted to hospital following a canine attack, costing the NHS an estimated £3m.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors’ trust team will be attending the Hull and East Yorkshire Pride Awards, in which it has been shortlisted in the ‘Business in the Community’ category.
A survey has found that 45 per cent of GPs admit prescribing antibiotics unnecessarily, despite knowing the drugs will not help.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors has represented two people who suffered injuries as a result of tripping in a sunken drain that had been left in an unsafe condition for nine months.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors has once again been recognised for meeting high standards of legal practice in personal injury and medical negligence.
As part of a drive to reduce the number of road traffic accidents, traffic calming measures have been introduced in abundance throughout the UK.
The special measures policy has been welcomed by many inside and outside the health service, but it seems too early to tell just how effective it is.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors has won €1.75m for engineer Hendrik Donkers, who lost two limbs in an accident that took place as he went to service a tyre below an aircraft’s nose.