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Cosmetic surgery certification is step in right direction but not robust enough according to industry leaders. Ever since the PIP (Poly Implant Prothese) scandal, when thousands of women recieved inferior silicon implants, there has been increasing pressure on the cosmetic surgery industry to regulate itself.
North West Air Ambulance crews came to the rescue once again after an accident occurred on a busy A road just outside Chester. A motorcyclist had to receive emergency treatment after being dismounted from his bike during rush hour.
A 61-year old man, who was hit by a car and sustained life-changing injuries as a result, has been awarded a huge settlement figure of £2 million. The accident occurred when a car pulled out in front of him on a busy A road and he suffered a major brain injury as a result of the accident.
The Health and Safety Executive have fined a well known UK vehicle manufacturer after one of its employees was dragged into some machinery and sustained extensive crush injuries. The 57 year old maintenance electrician suffered ten broken ribs, punctured both lungs, broke two bones in his spine, his breastbone and two bones in his hand.
In November, last year, the media was full of a story about a dentist who was under investigation for mansalughter after his poor hygeine methods may have led to cross contamination leading to a 23yr old woman contracting a rare blood borne virus, viral acute myocarditus. The Coroner involved in the case has declared the dentist not responsible for her death.
Traditionally there are two months a year where you will see spikes in the number of couples seeking divorce, September and January. There are lots of reasons put forward to explain these spikes; stress levels reaching breaking point during summer holidays when the children are off school or during Christmas, post Christmas financial worries or New Year instigating a decision for change.
This website privacy notice sets out how Thorneycroft Solicitors uses and protects any information that you give Thorneycroft Solicitors when you use this website.
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