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A 31 year old woman is blaming her NHS surgeons and the surgical team after being left with a large unsightly hole in her navel after having surgery to alleviate her Crohn’s disease symptoms.
A woman successfully claimed £15k in dental compensation from her dental surgery after she successfully argued that her dentist had failed to effectively treat her tooth decay which has led to her needing three teeth extracted.
Being a corporate member of Headway, the brain injury association, is very important to us at Thorneycroft solicitors for a number of reasons. We have worked with many people whose lives have been changed forever, following accidents on the roads or at work. We see, first hand, how devastating brain injuries can be to victims and their families and so we feel strongly that it is vital to have an organisation to specifically support brain injury survivors, emotionally, physically and sometimes financially, in their time of need.
The new Inheritance Tax system appears at first glance to offer couples £1,000,000 tax free allowance but on closer inspection the devil is in the detail. The system is due to be phased in gradually in April and is not applicable before then.
A dental nurse who offered a teeth whitening service to clients, which was potentially hazardous to health, has been struck off the dental register.
A construction company has been found guilty of breaching section 4 (1) of the Work at Height Regulations 2005, fined £400,000 and ordered to pay legal costs of £1,534 after one of its employees fell from a height and broke his pelvis and arm.
A mother is appealing for the person who helped her three year old child after she trapped her hand in a lift door and injured her hand.
A highways contractor has come under scrutiny after one of it’s subcontractors, who was employed to replace a traffic light pole, was electrocuted. The Health and Safety Executive decided to investigate the firm after the employee was severely burned in a workplace accident.
On Wednesday 26th April, the Devonshire Hotel in Liverpool will be hosting The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) seminar, “Dancing with Neurons”. In an industry that sees first-hand how much of an impact on life these injuries can have, and how the rehabilitation aids our client’s recovery, we are thrilled to sponsor this event.
A couple are battling over the assets in their divorce, in particular, a family holiday home in in the village of Cornamona, County Galway and have racked up legal costs so far of £800,000 on their divorce proceedings.
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