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Heels, ankles, spine, buttocks and shoulders are all susceptible to sores, so it is worth checking them if you have a relative in care.
Children can find the support to help them adapt and live with the illness.
World Rugby’s chief medical officer says the rules may have to change to cut number of concussions.
People are increasingly falling victim to practitioners who are unqualified to carry out the cosmetic procedure.
Dentists need no qualifications to carry out cosmetic work.
…says passenger crushed under car after drunk driver lost control.
Having a snack, using satnav speed camera alerts, having pets in the car – how you can be in the wrong without knowing it.
The NHS paid out compensation to 1,302 patients whose conditions had been misdiagnosed, last year.
One-fifth of young people use them while crossing the road, for example.
Bringing about positive change.
Thinking about secret filming? Take advice first.
What’s taken into account when calculating compensation.
Eight golden rules.
The husband of a cancer sufferer who died after falling from a hospital trolley after she was left alone for several hours has received a five-figure compensation payout.
Hudgell Solicitors recently secured £10,000 for 18-year-old Carrie Dickinson, who was thrown from her motorcycle when it hit mud on the road near her home.
Why it is dangerous, and seven things you can do to stay safe.
A major motor insurance company is warning that premiums are set to rise again – with whiplash claims again being highlighted as a reason for drivers being hit in the pocket.
Proposals to cap medical negligence costs for NHS will prevent patients from receiving compensation they deserve
Hudgell Solicitors will be strongly opposing Department of Health (DoH) proposals to place a cap on legal costs involved in clinical negligence claims against NHS organisations.
When a family takes the decision to place a loved one into care, it is one of the most difficult decisions they make. Stories such as the one relating to the care of 88-year-old John Swailes, make this task increasingly difficult and daunting.
GPs’ failure to detect symptoms must be addressed.