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Agnieszka Lipko Wins At Personal Injury Awards

Time icon 29 November 2016 | Person icon Agnieszka Lipko

Our very own Agnieszka Lipko won big last week as she took home the prestigious Young Achiever of the Year 2016 Award on Friday

Whiplash Reforms: What Could They Mean For Motorists?

Time icon 18 November 2016 | Person icon Rose Gibson

After the Government announced that they will be pushing on with reforms to whiplash claims, a Personal Injury Solicitor explains the affects for motorists

High Court Orders End To Prison Strikes

Time icon 17 November 2016 | Person icon Anna Thompson

The High Court has ordered that prison officers return to work, after 10,000 officers staged a walk out over unsafe work conditions

Foot And Ankle Injuries FAQs

Time icon 10 November 2016 | Person icon Anna Thompson

How can you claim compensation for a foot or ankle injury that leads to post-traumatic arthritis? Read our FAQs to find out.

Tattoo Epidemic Raises Health & Safety Questions

Time icon 10 November 2016 | Person icon Anna Thompson

With the UK in the midst of a tattoo epidemic, a personal injury solicitor explains the compensation you can claim if your tattoo goes wrong

Rise In Prison Attacks Prompts Extra Staffing Commitment

Time icon 8 November 2016 | Person icon Anna Thompson

After a report showed that the number of assaults on prison staff increased by 43%, the Home Secretary has committed to hiring thousands of new staff

Staying Safe While Cycling In The Winter

Time icon 2 November 2016 | Person icon Maeve McCusker

With winter posing serious safety risks to cyclists, a personal injury specialist shares some safety tips to ensure you can cycle throughout the colder mon

Funding Figures Suggest Mental Health Budgets Continue To Be Cut

Time icon 21 October 2016 | Person icon Anna Thompson

Reports suggest 40% of mental health trusts in England are facing budget cuts, a Personal Injury Solicitor explains the danger of underfunded care.

Could Alternative Treatments Tackle Complex Conditions?

Time icon 18 October 2016 | Person icon Thaminah Ali

With alternative treatments like cupping in the media spotlight, a Personal Injury Paralegal analyses their effectiveness on complex conditions

Government Puts Brakes On Whiplash Reforms

Time icon 13 October 2016 | Person icon Anna Thompson

Whiplash reforms proposed by George Osborne have been put on hold by the MoJ, a personal injury specialist responds to the arguments of insurers

Cyclist Wins Claim For Pothole Lane Injuries

Time icon 11 October 2016 | Person icon Lisa Wright

Cyclist falls off bike and injures himself on poorly maintained road. Read how Simpson Millar went on to win him compensation for the accident.

Explaining The Duty To Mitigate Loss During A Compensation Claim

Time icon 11 October 2016 | Person icon Nicola Hardy

When you claim compensation, you take on a duty to mitigate losses caused by an accident. A Personal Injury specialist explains the process.

World Mental Health Day Shines Light On Psychological First Aid

Time icon 10 October 2016 | Person icon Anna Thompson

To mark World Mental Health Day, a Personal Injury specialist discusses how their clients suffer from conditions such as PTSD after an accident or trauma

Sunken Paving Slabs Result in Payout for Personal Injury Claimant

Time icon 7 October 2016 | Person icon Lisa Wright

A client damaged their ankle on sunken paving. Find out how, with the help of Simpson Millar, they went on to win £4,000 in compensation.

One In Seven UK Takeaways Fail Food Hygiene Tests

Time icon 7 October 2016 | Person icon Dawn Rose

Reports suggest that one in seven UK takeaways have failed food hygiene tests, a product liability specialist explains what this could mean for customers

Chronic Illness Sufferers To Avoid Re-Tests For ESA Payments

Time icon 6 October 2016 | Person icon Melanie Burden

The government have announced that ESA benefit payment re-tests are to be scrapped for claimants suffering from a long-term condition

British Supermarkets Stocking MRSA Variant Pork

Time icon 4 October 2016 | Person icon Dawn Rose

A study has revealed that British supermarkets are stocking UK-produced pork that is infected with an MRSA variant; a product liability expert discusses

Study Crowdsources Information On How Weather Affects Chronic Pain

Time icon 30 September 2016 | Person icon Dawn Rose

A study by the University of Manchester is looking to correlate whether the weather affects the symptoms of pain, what could this study mean

TV Doctor Calls For Prescription Overhaul For Chronic Pain

Time icon 27 September 2016 | Person icon Anna Thompson

A BBC documentary is attempting to tackle overmedication, as a TV doctor attempts a multi-disciplinary approach to treating chronic pain

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