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Archive of: July, 2015

NHS Highlights Surgeon Performance Data

Performance data for almost 5,000 surgeons in England has been released by the NHS in a move towards greater transparency.

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Clearing snow shovelling myths ahead of freeze

As amber weather-warnings were issued across many parts of the UK this week, The Association of Personal In jury Lawyers (APIL) reassured homeowners that they can clear paths and driveways of snow or ice without fear of being sued.

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Prison officer injured in accident at work settles claim

How would you feel if you went to work, carrying you your normal activities, when a colleague fell on top of you, causing you a life-changing injury? Well that is precisely what happened to my client.

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Legal Aid Cuts – the knock on effect

On the 4th December 2014, during a session before the House of Commons public accounts committee (PAC), a senior civil servant at the Ministry of Justice admitted the speed at which they brought in the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act did not allow for evidence to be gathered to investigate the impact of legal aid cuts.

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Unapproved ‘mix match’ metal on metal hips

Concerns have been raised for thousands of patients who may suffer serious disability and early failure due to metal hip implants made from components supplied by different manufacturersIt has been discovered that surgeons are mixing and matching component parts into the hip joint.

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