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        The settlement of a personal injury claims can be a complex process. As well as analysis of medical evidence produced for both sides it is important that all heads of claim are taken into account. These may involve losses incurred before settlement as well as assessment of future losses such as earnings, care required in the future, or an assessment of to what extent the injured person’s capacity on the open labour market to earn their living has been prejudiced....
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        The government has accepted the use of vaginal mesh implants to treat complications after childbirth should be stopped immediately to prevent further risk of “life-changing and life-threatening injuries” to women....
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        There are a number of factors to consider when advising a client on a settlement offer and whether the offer reflects what the case is worth is only one of them....
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        Sometimes when buyers purchase a flat or house, it is a leasehold property. This means that the ground it is built on is not included in the sale and is owned by what is called the freeholder. This makes the buyer a leaseholder, and they are essentially a tenant of the freeholder with a very long-term tenancy agreement...
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        The ‘pothole epidemic’ in the UK is posing an increasing risk to motorists and cyclists alike, so we’ve rounded up useful information to enable you to report them, what to do if you hit one and how we can help....
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        The BBC have revealed that A&E waiting times in England have reached their highest levels ever. The analysis also identified the worst A&E units for individual waits. According to the report, hospitals are meant to see 95% of patients in four hours. This recent difficult winter has seen the NHS record its worst ever annual performance since records began in 2004, with 88.4%....
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        Thousands of UK ambulances are being prevented from responding to urgent and life-threatening 999 calls as they are tied up at A&E units, breaching NHS patient safety rules. In a report by the Guardian, it is stated that almost 600,000 ambulances face delays of over 15 minutes in their crews handing over patients to A&E units, something NHS rules say should never happen....
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        The Guardian reports that problems related to cosmetic treatments such as Botox and lip fillers have almost trebled, with a jump from 378 in 2016 to 931 in just 12 months. Many experts have pointed towards celebrity endorsements and their publicizing of their own procedures for this dramatic growth....
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        The Clinical negligence team at The Specter Partnership Solicitors have been approached by many women who are disappointed in the cavalier attitude of doctors and hospitals in relation to mesh operations on patients. Many women have found that they are being advised of these procedures without considering alternative options....
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        As emergencies rise during the winter period and hospital services are stretched, more and more people who require ambulances are experiencing delays of several hours or more, leading to further health complications that are fatal in some instances....
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