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Motorcycle accidents: six things you need to know

August 27 2015 Whilst riding motorcycles can be a fun and convenient mode of transport, it is a statistically more dangerous way of getting around. If you have been…

Dental negligence: what you need to know

May 27 2015 If you've had dental treatment which you are unhappy with, or feel you've suffered as a result of, then you may have a dental negligence claim…

5 questions to ask your road traffic accident solicitor

June 23 2015 If you are injured in a road traffic accident, it’s important that you take down the right details and find a personal injury solicitor to take on…

Do you check-up on your dentist’s insurance in case treatment goes wrong?

June 25 2015 A trip to the dentist can be a frightening experience for many people. For some, their worst fears are realised when they discover they have been…

£10,000 compensation for bride after dentist ruined her teeth months before wedding

February 14 2015 WITH her wedding just months away, Faye Walters was horrifed by the thought of possibly walking down the aisle with grey teeth. Having been bullied…

Police will be eager to increase numbers of crimes solved – but evidence must always add up

October 21 2015 The Humberside Police force is under pressure. It has been quick to defend itself in the wake of a damning report which has identified failings in…

Patient safety highlighted as a major concern at health providers across the UK

October 15 2015 A new report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – described as providing the fullest picture yet of the state of care across England – has…

Relatives must raise concerns over health and care services to hold providers to account

October 12 2015 There are three things which have to consistently happen to ensure the standard of health and care services across our region, and the UK…

Police must investigate their own procedures to ensure fairness following complaints

October 9 2015 When it comes to making a complaint against a police force, people in the UK face an ‘over-complex’ system, the chair of the Independent Police…

Sport will never be more important than ‘life and death’, and attitudes around player welfare are thankfully changing

September 23 2015 ‘Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more…