Posted by Anne Sanders | Partner
On 21st May 2019
It is Headway’s #Action for Brain Injury Week ( 20th May 2019 to 26th May 2019)This year the focus is on fatigue.
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Posted by Emily Welstead | Associate
On 25th April 2019
Sign…. Before you Jump! Waivers appear to be everywhere: trampoline parks; bouncy castles; parachute/bungee jumps; charity obstacle courses; even children’s sports days for the parents’ 100m dash!; even before your first work out at the gym! You may be asked to sign a waiver before undertaking these or a similar event, but are they legal?
Posted by Usheena Patel | Associate
On 22nd March 2019
The term ‘fundamental dishonesty’ is referred to in both Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) 44.16(1) and Criminal Justice and Courts Act (CJCA) 2015, Section 57. CJCA 2015, Section 57 allows for an entire personal injury claim to be dismissed, including any genuine elements, on the basis that the claimant has been fundamentally dishonest in relation to the primary claim or a related claim.
Posted by Afiya Begum | Solicitor
On 22nd March 2019
It can often be confusing for a client following an accident as to their rights to bring a claim for personal injury and in particular the costs associated with bringing a claim. In this blog I will try and address the most common methods of funding a personal injury claim.
Posted by Hina Modha | Partner
On 5th March 2019
Injury to a particular part of the brain can produce impairment in the function that it controls. If the damage is limited to a small area, then it is likely that a few functions will be impaired. More commonly, there is widespread damage, which can produce a complex assortment of physical and psychological problems. The level of impairment will depend on the type, location and severity of the injury but given what the brain can do, any damage to it can have a devastating effect.
It is therefore important to ensure that the solicitor you instruct to deal with your personal injury claim is a specialist in brain injury claims.
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