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Blood, Sweat And Tears – How To Claim Compensation For A Sports Injury

Just before 10.00am on 22nd April 2018, 40,000 runners waited for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II to step onto a special podium in front of the Round Tower in the grounds of Windsor Castle to push the start button, officially […]


Playing With Fire – Firefighters Elevated Risk of Cancer

Playing With Fire – Firefighters Elevated Risk of Cancer

Few people are more lauded and admired than firefighters, and rightly so. Every day, these extraordinary men and women put their lives on the line to save others. Their job not only involves rushing into burning buildings as everyone else […]


Lights, Camera…Injury – The Dangers of Working On A Film Set

The BBC reported recently that an assistant director, who suffered career-ending personal injuries while working on the set of the James Bond film, Spectre, has launched a High Court compensation claim[1]. The Claimant, Terry Madden, highly regarded in the film […]


Should Tackling Be Banned In School Rugby?

Should Tackling Be Banned In School Rugby?

Rugby is a sport that breeds staunch men and women[1].  Pain is part of the game and young players are encouraged to ‘toughen up’ if they want any chance of playing professionally, or even semi-professionally. However, more and more health […]


The ‘Beast From The East’? It’s Snow Joke!

The first few days of spring delivered some of the coldest weather Britain has experienced since the deep freeze of 2010.  Combined with Storm Emma, the ‘Beast from the East’ as it was known resulted in many deaths and injuries […]


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