Michael Imperato highlights the dangers of NHS trusts cutting corners on public involvement in service changes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Lorna Webster explores the potential redress available to victims of secondary asbestos exposure
PI lawyers are dismayed at scrapping of EU laws requiring insurance for vehicles such as forklifts and quadbikes
The HSE’s regulatory approach to work related stress is compliance without sanction, says Rhian Greaves
APIL has said there is insufficient clarity in the government’s response to its consultation on the future provision of medical reports in road traff
Gordon Dalyell’s 20-year commitment to injured people saw him become president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers this year. He explains what br
A cross-party parliamentary inquiry into silicosis and its impact on construction workers has bee
An uncertain political landscape should be no excuse to relent on the campaign for a modern law aimed at compensating those families members left behind, a
The courts are continuing to issue heavy fines to ensure penalties have a real financial impact on offenders, writes Aliso
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