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New amputation surgery could increase control and reduce pain for patients
A new type of surgery could help amputees control their remaining muscles and sense where their “phantom limb” is in space, which according to a study should mean better control of prosthetic limbs and less pain for patients. Our Richard Edwards comments here. Read the rest of this post...
BBC investigation reveals 'shocking' blue badge scheme disparities
A BBC investigation has found that people with non-visible disabilities - such as autism or Parkinson's disease - face a "shocking disparity" when applying for a blue badge parking permit compared to their counterparts with physical impairments. Our Ruth Wright comments here. Read the rest of this post...
Cricket authorities discuss if permitted use of bouncer should continue under current guidelines
Cricket authorities are to discuss whether the bouncer’s permitted use should continue under current guidelines. Our Gary Herbert, Partner in our Personal Injury team and a specialist in handling brain injury claims, comments here. Read the rest of this post...
Senior partner Hugh Potter gains APIL Brain Injury Specialist status
Hugh Potter, Senior Partner and Head of Personal Injury here at Potter Rees Dolan, gains Brain Injury Specialist status with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). Read the rest of this post...
Potter Rees Dolan listed in The Times Best Law Firms 2021
We are delighted to announce that Potter Rees Dolan has been recognised as one of the best 200 law firms in England and Wales for Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence by The Times. Read the rest of this post...
Former Manchester United player Sir Bobby Charlton diagnosed with dementia
Earlier this week it was revealed that England World Cup winner and Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton has been diagnosed with dementia. Read the rest of this post...
New Method for Detecting Traumatic Brain Injury 'On the Spot'
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have developed a method for detecting traumatic brain injury - or TBI - at the point of care. Partner in our Clinical Negligence team, Lesley Herbertson, comments here. Read the rest of this post...
Potter Rees Dolan ranked in Legal 500 Guide for 2021
We are excited to announce that both the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence teams here at Potter Rees Dolan have been ranked in Tier 2 for the Legal 500 Guide 2021. Read the rest of this post...