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The interplay between concurrent liability in tort and contract: a claimant’s perspective

United Kingdom - September 18 2015 Traditional contract and tort claims exist mutually exclusively as distinct and separate actions. However, when one considers potential causes of

Twin To Twin Transfusion Syndrome facts, warning signs and treatment

United Kingdom - July 23 2014 Identical twins who share a placenta (monochorionic twins) share blood connections within the placenta. TTTS occurs when the connections become

Sensory loss series - touch

United Kingdom - July 6 2015 As part of our new series focusing on injuries caused to the senses as a result of medical negligence we explore how someone’s ability to touch and

Post-mortems - your questions answered

United Kingdom - January 6 2016 A post-mortem examination, also known as an autopsy, is an examination of a person’s body that is carried out in order to investigate what the cause

The morning afterthe drink the night before

United Kingdom - August 4 2014 It’s 7am the next morning after your big night out. The alarm goes off and you wake up feeling a background ache in your head, dry mouth and a slight

Brain injuries suffered by professionals - a different base line

United Kingdom - September 12 2018 I have acted for a number of people who, before their injury, were extremely successful and at the top of a high flying career. Then, they suffer a

Why it must be a case of “time’s up” for sexual harassment in the armed forces

United Kingdom - August 15 2018 There has been a somewhat unfolding National scandal in recent years revealing an alarming number of historic sexual abuse and assault cases

Headway Brain Injury Identity Card - Supporting daily life

United Kingdom - August 15 2018 Headway, a UK-wide charity for people who have suffered a brain injury, has created the Headway Brain Injury ID Card. Here, we look at what the Card

Dads, Doctors and Depression

United Kingdom - August 10 2018 When we talk about post-natal depression, we often think of mothers. This is a fair assumption to make as the mother carries the child and physically

Therapy for Brain Injuries: Facing the Music

United Kingdom - July 31 2018 I recently attended a very interesting workshop delivered by Chroma, which focused on the important role that music therapy can play in the