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Medical Negligence

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month kicks off

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March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, giving people who have been affected by the disease the chance to raise publicity.

Carrie Tennick, March 02, 2020

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Medical Negligence

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month begins

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Prostate Cancer Awareness Month has begun across the UK, highlighting the disease and its effects on sufferers and their loved ones.

Carrie Tennick, March 02, 2020

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Medical Negligence

RCN warns ‘corridor care’ is becoming normal

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The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has found that providing care to hospital patients in corridors and other non-clinical areas is becoming a normal part of healthcare in the UK.

Carrie Tennick, February 26, 2020

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Personal Law

How long does a divorce take?

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The end of a marriage is a hugely stressful and emotional life event. But just how long does a divorce take and how many stages are involved in the process?

Carrie Tennick, February 19, 2020

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Hints, Tips & Research

Harassment at work: What to do

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If you’re suffering from harassment in the workplace, you’ll know just how upsetting it can be. But you have the right to be treated fairly. The law is on your side.

Carrie Tennick, February 14, 2020

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Personal Law

Receiving a notice of intended prosecution: What to do

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A notice of intended prosecution is a notice from the police informing you that you’ve committed a motoring offence. We’ve put together this guide to help you work out what to do.

Carrie Tennick, February 07, 2020

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Personal Injury

Whiplash victims expected to lose out after reforms

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From April 2020, whiplash victims are set to lose out on compensation they were previously entitled to.

Carrie Tennick, February 07, 2020

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Medical Negligence

‘Compensation gap’ for private patients questioned

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The issue of compensation for substandard treatment by private healthcare providers has come under the microscope, with the release of a report into the inquiry into rogue surgeon Ian Paterson.

Carrie Tennick, February 05, 2020

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Medical Negligence

Lung cancer ‘being diagnosed too late’

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Patients in the UK are being diagnosed with lung cancer too late, putting their lives at risk, says a new report.

Carrie Tennick, January 31, 2020

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