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Why it’s important to use a solicitor to draw up your Will

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Author: Karen Perugini

Your Will is one of the most important documents you will ever write. That’s why it’s important to get it right by using a solicitor who specialises in Wills, Trusts...

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Mesothelioma and the coronavirus

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Author: Andrew Stinchcombe

  These uncertain times are stressful and upsetting for people who’ve been diagnosed with asbestos-related diseases such as mesothelioma. Coronavirus (or COVID-19 as it’s also known) is a potentially serious...

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Can I make a claim for a cancer misdiagnosis?

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Author: Daniel Green

Cancer treatments have advanced significantly in recent years and many types of cancer now have much better survival rates. Being told you have cancer can be very upsetting and stressful,...

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What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

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Author: Karen Perugini

Long-term illness or serious injury can affect your ability to make important decisions for yourself. One way to ensure you are protected is to put in place a Lasting Power...

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Rise in the number of drink drive accidents

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Author: Anna Cole

Last month, the Department for Transport published provisional estimates for drink drive crashes and casualties in Great Britain in 2018. The figure show that an estimated 8,700 people were killed...

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Claiming medical negligence compensation after stillbirth or neonatal death

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Author: Darren O’Sullivan

Losing a baby during pregnancy or birth is absolutely heart-breaking causing upset and distress for everyone involved. It is estimated that in the UK, 15 babies are stillborn or die...

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Claiming compensation for a brain or head injury

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Author: Claire Sagala

A brain or head injury can be one of the most serious types of injuries you suffer. Not only can they be life-threatening, but they can leave you with significant...

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Ski and snowboarding accident claims

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Author: Darren O’Sullivan

It’s that time of year when many people go on skiing or snowboarding holidays. Sadly, we often hear about winter breaks that have ended in disaster. Every year, there seems...

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Should you rely on the NHS for compensation after negligent medical care?

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Author: Daniel Green

Recent headlines have brought to light how the National Health Service does not always freely admit when things go wrong. When it comes to medical negligence, the question is: should...

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Can I claim compensation for an accident which happened years ago?

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Author: Diane Reading

We often hear from people curious to know if it’s too late to claim compensation for serious injuries which were sustained several years ago. The answer to this is that...

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Can you claim compensation for pleural thickening?

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Author: Andrew Walker

Diffuse pleural thickening, or pleural thickening as it is sometimes called, is a benign (non-cancerous) condition that can be caused by asbestos exposure. The ‘pleura’ is a two-layered protective membrane...

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Looking ahead to BTOG 2020

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Author: Lynn Yeates

Many of the UK’s leading cancer professionals will be gathering in Dublin on the 29th to the 31st of January at the 18th BTOG (British Thoracic Oncology Group) annual 2020...

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