Topic Archives: Media-Coverage
Manchester cyclists urge for same London laws for lorry drivers
Lorry drivers in the capital could be fined £1,000 if their mirrors and guards aren't up to specifications under new law. Read the rest of this post...
Potholes remain an issue on roads which reflect an increase in cyclist injuries
A national cycling charity has claimed the number of cyclist injuries due to crumbling roads and potholes is increasing. Read the rest of this post...
Calls to ban all cars and lorries from London roads to prevent road traffic accidents
Campaigners are calling for a ban on all private cars and lorries on the streets of the City of London after another cyclist died in the capital earlier this week. Read the rest of this post...
Recycling plant fined £50,000 after our client loses hand in conveyor belt
A Merseyside recycling plant was today fined £50,000 at Liverpool Crown Court after an employee had his hand amputated following an accident at work in which he sustained serious injuries. Read the rest of this post...
Guilty plea by recycling plant where our client lost his right hand in catastrophic injury
The recycling plant where our client sustained a catastrophic injury when his hand was severed has admitted responsibility for the accident. Read the rest of this post...
The Dangers of the Recycling Industry – Radio 5 Live Investigates
Our Senior Solicitor, Richard Edwards, recently spoke about his experiences in acting for people who have come by their injuries through the waste and recycling industry on Radio 5 Live Investigates with Adrian Goldberg. Read the rest of this post...
Recycling plant hasn't learned Health & Safety lessons
On 26th January 2014, Philip Grace, a 43 year old father of a young son, suffered catastrophic injuries at Recresco Ltd, a glass recycling plant in Ellesemere Port. Read the rest of this post...
Family’s ‘nightmare’ shock over death of 52 year old Dad
Helen Dolan represents the Stockton family where the coroner has given directions as to who should attend the full Inquest after death of 52-year-old dad. Read the rest of this post...
NHS can no longer hide mistakes due to legal Duty of Candour
The Duty of Candour, the legal duty for the NHS to be open and honest with patients or their families when things go wrong, has now come into force. Read the rest of this post...
AvMA calls for amendments to the GMC’s Duty of Candour
Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA) has published its draft response to the General Medical Council (GMC) and Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (NMC) draft guidance on the professional Duty of Candour Read the rest of this post...