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National Road Victim Month 2020 kicks off

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National Road Victim Month 2020 has begun. Running for the full month of August, the aim of the campaign is to remember victims of road traffic accidents and those who have been injured or killed on our roads.

Charlotte Todd, August 03, 2020

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Personal Law

Returning to work: How should my employer be keeping me safe?

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Companies have more flexibility to decide whether their employees should return to their workplace – but what should your employer do to keep you safe?

Charlotte Todd, August 03, 2020

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Personal Law

Furlough: What are my rights?

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As part of its efforts to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, the government has introduced the furlough scheme to help protect jobs.

Carrie Tennick, July 30, 2020

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Personal Law

Businesses ‘operating at half capacity’

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UK businesses are operating at around half the capacity they were running at before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, despite lockdown being eased.

Carrie Tennick, July 22, 2020

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Personal Law

Stamp duty cut, jobs for the young and more: The summer statement

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The chancellor has announced a cut to stamp duty and a new scheme to create jobs in a summer statement to combat the COVID-19 economic impact.

Carrie Tennick, July 08, 2020

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Personal Law

Wifi, working from home and outdoor space: New homeowner priorities

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How has the landscape for buyers and sellers changed since the COVID-19 pandemic? And what can we expect prospective owners to look for in a new property in the months to come?

Charlotte Todd, July 07, 2020

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Medical Negligence

A&Es face winter ‘pandemonium’ without COVID-19 vaccine

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Scientists have warned that the UK’s A&E departments could face “pandemonium” if no vaccine for COVID-19 has been developed by the winter.

Carrie Tennick, July 02, 2020

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Medical Negligence

Cancer and what to look out for

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Being diagnosed with cancer is a devastating and often life changing event. Although it is important to heed the advice of medical professionals it is also important you look out for some symptoms that can be a sign of cancer. Here are some that you should not ignore and get checked out as soon as you can.

Shelley Schubert, June 02, 2020

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Personal Injury

Staying safe on the roads as lockdown is relaxed

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As lockdown measures are slowly relaxed and more people return to work, more cars return to UK roads. This, combined with more people choosing active travel, creates new road safety issues for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.

Shelley Schubert, May 27, 2020

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