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COVID-19 Update
A message from the firm's Managing Partners on our business policies and activities during the COVID-19 pandemic (Coronavirus). Read the rest of this post...
Disability rights campaigner calls for more help at petrol stations
Disability rights campaigner calls for more help for wheelchair users at petrol stations. Read the rest of this post...
Accessibility & public transport - 124 train stations to benefit from Government fund
​Disabled passengers across the UK are to benefit from accessibility improvements at 124 train stations thanks to a government fund of £20 million. Helen Shaw, partner in our personal injury team, comments here... Read the rest of this post...
Accessibility & public transport - 124 train stations to benefit from Government fund
​Disabled passengers across the UK are to benefit from accessibility improvements at 124 train stations thanks to a government fund of £20 million. Helen Shaw, partner in our personal injury team, comments here... Read the rest of this post...
MPs debate acquired brain injury in Parliament
On Thursday last week (6th February 2020) MPs debated acquired brain injury in Parliament. ​ Read the rest of this post...
MPs debate acquired brain injury in Parliament
On Thursday last week (6th February 2020) MPs debated acquired brain injury in Parliament. ​ Read the rest of this post...
Last week, we held a joint training seminar with AKA Case Management to explore in detail the various conflicts that can, and inevitably do, arise between the litigation, financial considerations and rehabilitation/therapy needs when working with challenging clients and their families, and to explore whether the professional parties are really on the same side. Is there a way to stop such conflicts arising? Or are the conflicts themselves an essential part of our roles in delivering rehabilitation to our shared clients? Read on for more... Read the rest of this post...
Last week, we held a joint training seminar with AKA Case Management to explore in detail the various conflicts that can, and inevitably do, arise between the litigation, financial considerations and rehabilitation/therapy needs when working with challenging clients and their families, and to explore whether the professional parties are really on the same side. Is there a way to stop such conflicts arising? Or are the conflicts themselves an essential part of our roles in delivering rehabilitation to our shared clients? Read on for more... Read the rest of this post...
Last week, we held a joint training seminar with AKA Case Management to explore in detail the various conflicts that can, and inevitably do, arise between the litigation, financial considerations and rehabilitation/therapy needs when working with challenging clients and their families, and to explore whether the professional parties are really on the same side. Is there a way to stop such conflicts arising? Or are the conflicts themselves an essential part of our roles in delivering rehabilitation to our shared clients? Read on for more... Read the rest of this post...
Last week, we held a joint training seminar with AKA Case Management to explore in detail the various conflicts that can, and inevitably do, arise between the litigation, financial considerations and rehabilitation/therapy needs when working with challenging clients and their families, and to explore whether the professional parties are really on the same side. Is there a way to stop such conflicts arising? Or are the conflicts themselves an essential part of our roles in delivering rehabilitation to our shared clients? Read on for more... Read the rest of this post...

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