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Most motorbike accidents are the fault of other road users.
Review will look into alleged serious shortcomings in the system.
Challenging claims of excessive charging by law firms.
Mobile phones are a factor in 22 per cent of fatal road accidents.
Changes to the law could represent a real threat to justice for many victims of medical negligence in the UK.
…to cut the £4.5bn legal medical negligence bill.
We are increasingly asked to share sensitive information with lots of organisations.
Known as the ‘duty of candour’, the new guidelines make clear that patients should expect a face-to-face apology.
The process explained. (And did you know that one of the things taken into account in compensation is the ability to enjoy your hobby?)...
What is an appropriate punishment for a children’s doctor who sexually abused 18 boys in his care?
Hudgell Solicitors takes a look at two of the nation’s most dangerous industries and offer advice on staying safe at work.
GMC proposals to better protect cosmetic surgery patients are a positive step...
What it is and the legal process involved.
Faye Walters had veneers for her wedding day. Unfortunately, not only did they discolour but they had cracked while she was eating.
Suggestions that pharmacists should be protected from prosecution could lead to secrecy and denial.
How can you be sure that you have fallen victim to negligence? And if you are sure, what steps do you need to take?
There are no excuses – it is a life-threatening crime people choose to commit...
Someone is admitted to a UK hospital with an acquired brain injury every 90 seconds.
The failings of former Furness General Hospital midwife Marie Ratcliffe have been laid bare nationally by her admission of making mistakes contributing to the deaths of two babies.
Heavy snow or rainfall, combined with freezing temperatures, makes this time of year the most treacherous of all on the UK’s roads.