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SeeSaw: the charity helping people to cope with loss as a community

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Lucy Crawford from our Medical Negligence team highlights one charity from Oxfordshire that helps people to cope with loss by creating a sense of community – here’s how you can help them.

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Trouble at the DWP: shocking, but certainly not a shock

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Joachim Stanley, as a representative for clients with injuries that have resulted in permanent disability, reacts to the recent reports that the Department of Work & Pensions has lost more employment tribunals relating to disability than any other employer in Britain since 2016.

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Viewing a house during coronavirus: you can look but you must not touch…

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With the property market now in the spotlight our Residential Property team have a few thoughts on how to keep the transaction secure and limit the financial risks. Keeping yourself virus free is one thing, but if you are not careful your sale and purchase could become a costly victim of the virus too.

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The story of Sands: in conversation with Bel Mooney

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Sarah White from our Medical Negligence team speaks to the co-founder and patron of Sands, a charity dedicated to supporting people who have experienced neonatal loss or stillbirth.

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Will super sub Sunak stamp down on property tax rates?

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After only 27 days in the role, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak is ready to reveal his first ever budget, the UK’s first in over 18 months and first as a Non-EU member state in over 40 years. Although no one can be certain what will be inside the famous red box, from the Prime Minister and Chancellor’s comments within the last few months, it is likely we will see Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) take the stage in some way.

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How obstetrics and orthopaedics can work together to help children with Erb’s palsy

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Our specialist Erb’s palsy team talks through how medical experts working with the condition can help when making a claim for compensation and after.

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What new and existing treatment could be available for a child with Erb’s palsy?

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For so long, questions have been asked about what the options are for children with Erb’s palsy and if ‘one size fits all’. Each case is different. Each person is different. Each case has different circumstances. This needs to be taken into account before any treatment is considered.

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What you need to know about East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust

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You may have seen a lot about East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust in the news, but what actually happened and what is the Government aiming to do about it? Lucy Crawford explains.

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What’s best for landowners? A promotion or option agreement – it’s just like apples and pears

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A question frequently asked by landowners is what is the difference between an option agreement and a promotion agreement? And which should they enter into?

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Sudden Cardiac Death in young adults – red flags and prevention

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Judith Leach takes a look at the issue of Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) in young people, including red flags and how it can be prevented.

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Study reveals more footballers are suffering from heart problems – is it time for more screening?

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Every week 12 young people die from sudden cardiac death. Is it time to start screening young adults for potential cardiac issues more often?

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Unregulated therapy may seem harmless, until it’s not

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Following news from the BBC that certain kinds of therapy are completely unregulated, Joachim Stanley looks at the potential impact this could have on people with serious conditions.

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