Medical negligence solicitors deal with a wide variety of dental negligence claims. Like other specialized areas of healthcare, dentistry is difficult and challenging, but dentists have years of training and plenty of health and safety regulations that should minimize any risks and ensure all dental work is completed adequately.Because so many things can go wrong, dental negligence takes a lot of different forms. However, usually claims fall under one of a number of categoriesDental...Read Full Story
Insurers are criticized for a variety of reasons by their clients. However, as a construction site work accident victim, you have some more reasons to avoid the insurer of the other party. Immediately after a building site work accident, you may experience changes in your employer’s attitude towards you. This is because he may fear of getting penalized for overlooking safety loopholes and may try to sidestep your claim for compensation. Chances are there that after informing the HR department...Read Full Story
Image Source: http://0.tqn.com/d/motorcycles/1/0/3/-/0/-/share_the_road.jpg The month of May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. It is a national initiative that seeks to encourage motorists and motorcyclists to look out and “share the road” with each other, and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is one of the many traffic safety organizations to spearhead the said awareness campaign.Statistics from the NHTSA shows that despite the...Read Full Story
The Times, Wednesday 22nd May 2013 reports that a message posted on Twitter by a woman with username @emmaway20, “definitely knocked a cyclist off his bike earlier – I have right of way he doesn’t even pay road tax! #bloodycyclists” is being investigated by the Norfolk Police. It is believed that the tweet was posted by a trainee accountant from Larking Gowen, an accountancy practice based in East Anglia.
The injured cyclist, Toby Hockley, was participating in the 100 mile Boudicca Sportive...Read Full Story
It is clear that there is a crisis facing NHS hospital Emergency Departments. Recently the Health Secretary spoke of collapse and said that he would take a fundamental look at the problem. More evidence is emerging of the scale of the problem, with one third of hospitals failing meet the 4 hour waiting target and some simply giving up because it is unrealistic.
So what lies at the heart of the crisis? It is clear that there has been an increase in demand for services with a 17% increase over...Read Full Story
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