Another unexpected consequence of Covid-19 revealed: Lockdown Face

By Kate Campbell-Gunn, Associate Solicitor “Working from home” became part of the new normal for many when the country entered a national lock down on 23rd March 2020. As video calls replaced face-to-face conversations, how people looked, or thought they looked, began to take on a greater significance. The term “Lockdown face” has been coined …

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SLIPS ON SNOW OR ICE

Helen Powell, Associate Solicitor Before embarking on a claim for personal injuries you must first consider who is to blame for causing your accident and whether they have the means or insurance in place to settle any such claim. You must prove the other party is to blame for causing your accident because they acted …

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Claim for cancer scan delays

By Jack Milnthorpe, Trainee Solicitor It’s estimated that 1 in 2 people will experience cancer during their life and these are some of the highest affliction statistics of any disease worldwide. The effect of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the consequential lockdowns, have affected almost every part of life – and unfortunately cancer diagnosis is no …

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Christmas Poem

My poem this year Is different I know Not about partying Shopping or snow I look back and reflect Feeling sad for those lost Those ill and bereaved We’ve paid a huge cost With the virus upon us Only one day for fun No doubt we’ll have lockdown Once Christmas is done Seems silly to …

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Unmarried couples may qualify for a bereavement award

Article written by Kate Campbell-Gunn, Associate Solicitor Historically, when a person died as a result of negligence, only a limited class of people could claim for what is known as ‘bereavement damages’. As a result of the Government reviewing the award for bereavement following death in the Damages for Bereavement (Variation of Sum) (England and …

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Personal Injury Case Study: Secondary Victim Claims

In this article Kate Campbell-Gunn, Associate Solicitor in our Birmingham Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Team discusses the difference between primary and secondary victims. Personal injury law recognises two sorts of victims, primary and secondary victims.  A person who is injured or even killed by another’s negligence is a primary victim.  In a medical perspective this would be …

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