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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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Top five myths about making compensation claims

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Author: Darren O’Sullivan

There are lots of myths and misconceptions about making personal injury and medical negligence compensation claims. This could put people with serious, life-changing injuries off from seeking legal advice from...

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Specialist personal injury law firm welcomes new solicitor to the team

Novum Law, the specialist personal injury law firm based in Salisbury and throughout the South of England, has appointed a solicitor to head its new Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning...

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Calls for inquiry as senior managers fail to share damning report into Welsh maternity services

Senior managers at Cwm Taf University Health Board have been criticised for failing to share a damning report into its maternity services at two Welsh hospitals – the Prince Charles...

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Double celebrations as Novum Law promotes two solicitors

There have been double celebrations at Novum Law with the news that two of its experienced solicitors have been promoted in its latest round of senior promotions. Andrew Walker, a...

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Winter spells danger for road safety

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Author: Darren O’Sullivan

The number of road traffic accidents increases during winter months. Long, dark days and poor weather can make driving particularly hazardous. Taking preventative measures and changing the way we drive...

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Concerns as number of child pedestrians killed on Britain’s roads rises

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Author: Anna Cole

Serious concerns have been raised about the rise in the number of child pedestrians and older motorists being killed on Britain’s roads. Figures recently released from the Department for Transport...

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Mesothelioma UK Patient and Carer Day 2019

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Author: Graeme Chisholm

It was an honour to attend Mesothelioma UK’s 14th annual Patient and Carer Day 2019 last week. Around 180 people attended the event at the historic Imperial Hotel in Blackpool....

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Family of former miner appeal for help after his death from asbestos-related cancer

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Author: Phillip Gower

Sara Ross, the daughter of a former miner, Jeffrey Curnell, has issued an emotional appeal for help from his ex-work colleagues following his death from mesothelioma, a terminal cancer related...

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Five things you should know about sepsis compensation claims

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Author: Susan Hotchin

It’s World Sepsis Day 2019, an annual event to raise awareness of sepsis, a deadly infection which kills 52,000 in the UK each year and causes serious and life-changing injuries...

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Emergency services to go ‘on the run’ for charity

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Author: Darren O’Sullivan

Next week, a unique challenge to raise funds for the Isle of Wight charity, ‘The Wight Brainy Bunch’ takes place involving all three emergency services making a speedy getaway from...

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Asbestos: a ticking time bomb in our schools

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Author: Phillip Gower

The recent news that nearly 700 schools have been referred to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after failing to provide evidence to the Department for Education (DfE) that they...

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