No matter what the severity of the injury is, it’s bound to be a traumatic time, so I work very closely with both the injured individuals as well as their families because everyone is affected. It’s gratifying to help clients succeed in their claims as it’s often the first step in regaining some degree of normality in their lives and a means to ensure they will have the very best quality of life moving forwards. It is something that I'm particularly passionate about.

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Trampoline Parks - accidents waiting to happen?

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For many people, indoor trampoline parks are a great way to have fun and exercise at the same time; appealing to both adults and children alike. However, using a trampoline park is not without its risks and, for some, it can result in serious,...

Salisbury team's general knowledge to be put to the test

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Lawyers from our Salisbury office are set to have their general knowledge tested tomorrow (Friday 9 th March 2018) at a fundraising Corporate Gala Quiz organised by Salisbury Rotary Club at the Arts Centre. The popular annual event which is taking place...

Supporting Birth Trauma Awareness Week

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It’s Birth Trauma Awareness Week (14 th -21 st August 2017), a special week organised by the Birth Trauma Association (BTA) to raise awareness of how common birth trauma is and to support women and their families who’ve had a traumatic...

HOT OFF THE PRESS- Jackson Report published today

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Lord Justice Jackson’s report : ‘Review of Civil Litigation Costs: Supplemental Report – Fixed Recoverable Costs’ was published today. The report runs to 135 pages plus appendices and, no doubt, the specifics of the report and LJ...

Lawyers get wacky for Brain Injury Week

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As part of Action for Brain Injury Week, this year’s campaign – ‘A New Me’ - is putting brain injury survivors, carers and families right at its heart and inviting them to share how brain injury has impacted their lives. The...

Life after brain injury - Action for Brain Injury Week 2017

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Action for Brain Injury Week 2017 takes place from the 8 th to the 14 th May. It aims to put brain injury survivors, their carers and loved ones right at its heart by inviting them to share how brain injury has impacted their lives. Organised by the...

Lawyers get dirty to raise funds for Hewadway Salisbury

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As a Trustee for the brain injury charity, Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire, I play an active role in their fundraising activities and campaigns. Underpinning those activities and campaigns is the intention to educate and raise awareness of brain...

Lawyers get dirty to raise funds for Headway Salisbury

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As a Trustee for the brain injury charity, Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire, I play an active role in their fundraising activities and campaigns. Underpinning those activities and campaigns is the intention to educate and raise awareness of brain...

MoD Combat Compensation Plans : Friend or Foe?

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The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has recently confirmed it plans to introduce a new compensation scheme for injured armed forces personnel and families of those killed in combat. It is asserted by the MoD that their proposals “would mean many more...

FIXED RECOVERABLE COSTS IN CLINICAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS

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FIXED RECOVERABLE COSTS IN “LOW VALUE” CLINICAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS The strategy of a Fixed Recoverable Costs regime is to reduce the cost of clinical negligence claims to the NHS. Here Hannah Carr considers what impact the...

The Care Quality Commission Report

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The Care Quality Commission Report “Learning, Candour and Accountability”. Hannah Carr looks at the findings of today's Care Quality Commission (CQC) Report and what this means for patients and patient safety. Last year, a major NHS...