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Dixon Inquiry: Kirkup report due 19 years after death of baby Elizabeth Dixon

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Author: Mary Smith

Dr Bill Kirkup’s long-awaited Dixon Inquiry report into the tragic death of 11-month old Elizabeth Dixon in December 2001 is set to lift the lid on hospital and community care...

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Road Safety Week 2020 focuses on speed awareness

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Author: Rebecca Brisley

Novum Law is once again proud to support Road Safety Week 2020 (16 – 22 November), a national annual event organised by the road safety charity Brake. This year’s campaign...

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Guest Post: Insight into case management

Today’s guest blog post is from Michelle Mason, a Case Manager at Circle Case Management who has kindly agreed to tell us more about what her role of Case Manager entails....

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Novum Law top ranked in 2021 Chambers and Partners

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Author: Tim Robinson

Novum Law has once again triumphed in the latest edition of the leading independent legal guide, the 2021 Chambers and Partners UK. The highly respected publication has given Swindon-headquartered Novum...

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Novum Law director’s 1,084 mile running challenge for brain injury charity

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Author: Kim Chamberlain

Novum Law director Kim Chamberlain from our Swindon office is taking on the challenge of all challenges by running 1,084 miles for Silverlining, the brain injury charity. As the weather...

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Family of foundry worker launches appeal for help after asbestos death

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Author: Andrew Stinchcombe

Ruth Chainey, the widow of David John Chainey, has issued an emotional appeal for help following his death from mesothelioma, a cancer of the lining of the lungs caused by...

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Asbestos conference puts spotlight on immunotherapy trials

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Author: Rebecca Ryan

Specialist asbestos disease solicitors Rebecca Ryan and Alison Sayers attended the recent virtual APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) Asbestos Conference 2020, which took place last month on 17 September....

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NHS disruption due to COVID-19 could cause ‘tens of thousands of deaths’

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Author: Mary Smith

The influential Health and Social Care Committee has today (1 October 2020) published a report warning that NHS disruption could lead to ‘tens of thousands of avoidable deaths within the...

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Raising awareness of childhood cancer

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Author: Darren O’Sullivan

Being told your child has cancer is every parent’s worst nightmare. Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death in children under the age of 15 in the UK and...

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World Patient Safety Day 2020 focuses on health worker safety

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Author: Hannah Carr

Today (17 September 2020) is World Patient Safety Day, organised by the World Health Organization (WHO) its international partners, and countries around the globe. The theme for this year is...

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World Sepsis Day 2020

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Author: Darren O’Sullivan

Tomorrow (Sunday 13 September 2020) is World Sepsis Day, a global day of awareness to highlight the dangers of sepsis and to raise money to save lives. According to the...

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Military injury claims: what you should know

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Author: Rebecca Brisley

Serving military personnel (Army, Navy, RAF, Special Forces and Reservists) can make military injury claims if they believe they have been harmed due to negligence. If you have suffered a...

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