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Time limits to bring a civil action against the MoD - the misconceptions

United Kingdom - June 1 2018 Earlier this month the former Foreign Office minister Sir Henry Bellingham led a lively debate in parliament concerning historic allegations against…

Noise Induced Hearing Loss Claims and the MOD

United Kingdom - July 7 2017 James Dalton of the Association of British Insurers has called Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) claims the new ‘cash cow’ for Claimant lawyers…

Sexual assault and bullying in the forces

United Kingdom - July 13 2015 It has been 20 years since Private Cheryl James was found with a bullet wound to her head at Deepcut Barracks in Surrey. A fresh investigation is to…

Has MOD breached its duty of care in military vehicle collisions on Salisbury Plain?

United Kingdom - June 19 2015 A number of soldiers have suffered serious injuries following a collision between three military vehicles during a joint training exercise on…

Lessons from GermanWings crash? RAF Voyager ZZ333 plunge final report: 33 injured

United Kingdom - March 27 2015 In an incident with disturbing links to the German Wings crash dozens of military personnel were injured when an RAF transport plane returning to…