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The effect of brain injuries

Head and brain injuries are some of the most affecting traumas a person can go through. There are few other personal injuries someone can sustain that have the potential to alter their personality, as well as present a risk of death. Suffering from a brain injury can be life changing. Depending on the severity, a […]

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Workplace injuries in decline, but what accidents are still happening?

Statistics show that workplace injuries are decreasing which is excellent news for both workers and employers, but there is still a lot of work to be done particularly in hazardous industries. There has been a steady decline in non-fatal injuries both reported by employers and self-reported since 2000 and this can be attributed to a […]

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Construction sites: why are they so dangerous?

Among UK employment sectors, construction is consistently found to be one of the most dangerous. In 2018/19, it saw the second highest number of deaths at work, with 30 people killed on the job, according to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). It was only beaten by the agriculture, forestry and fishing industry. In the […]

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The legalities of asking for breathing space from creditors

Take time out to solve your debt problems How to ask for 30 days of breathing space to come up with an action plan to reduce your debts. 10 per cent of people in debt reveal that poor mental health including symptoms of anxiety and depression makes it difficult to manage their money and pay […]

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The legal repercussions of misdiagnosis

A misdiagnosis is not something anyone wants to ever have to deal with. It causes huge delays to treatment and means there are then additional challenges to overcome when recovering from an illness or medical condition. This form of medical negligence can result in significant emotional trauma. You might be left feeling frustrated, disappointed and […]

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How London insolvency practitioners are saving businesses

When a company can no longer pay back its debts to lenders before the due date, that organisation becomes insolvent. Insolvency can lead to proceedings where legal action is taken against the business, and assets may be liquidated to pay off outstanding debts. Companies may opt to contact the creditors directly to sort out debt […]

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LEAP 2x: the power of LEAP and more

 The UK’s award-winning practice management provider rolls out its biggest software enhancement to date as LEAP 2x is launched across the UK. This January, lawyers using the practice management system will benefit from many new enhancements that will make practising law more efficient than ever. As well as a new, clear and sharp user interface, […]

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How to improve compliance within your business

For business owners everywhere, maximising profitability will always be the bottom line. But equally important for all organisations is continuing to operate within the boundaries of the law, and that means maintaining total compliance at all times.  Doing so will ensure your company does not open itself up to potentially damaging consequences, which can include severe financial penalties that, in some cases, can lead to businesses going under.   So, […]

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What to do when someone is responsible for a sports injury

When you take part in sports, there’s always a risk of injury. One wrong foot placement and you could find yourself out of action for months. When this happens, there isn’t much you can do, apart from rehab and rest. But what do you do when you suffer a personal injury during a sporting activity […]

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Over 10,000 clinical negligence claims received by NHS in 2018/19

A new report has revealed that the NHS received more than 10,000 clinical negligence claims in 2018 to 2019. This highlights the rise in the number of claims being made against the organisation. Here, we’ll look at what this recent report revealed and why there is currently a rise in the cost of negligence claims. […]

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