Baby Loss Awareness Week 2021

Sadly, the death of a baby is not a rare event. It can happen to anyone. Unfortunately, at Nelsons, we often see clients who have suffered the loss of a...


Making A Claim For Domestic Abuse

The traditional idea of domestic abuse is of a man physically assaulting a woman. However, men, women and children can all be victims of domestic abuse, which has a much...


IICSA Publishes Its Report On Child Protection In Religious Organisations & Settings

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has now published its report on ‘child protection in religious organisations and settings’. The report supplements IICSA’s previous investigations into the Anglican...


Report Indicates That Cancer Referral Backlog Could Take A Decade To Clear

According to research undertaken by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), it may take more than a decade to clear the cancer treatment backlog in England as a result...


Fatal Accident Claims – An Overview

Fatal accident claims arise when someone has tragically died following an unexpected or unforeseen event, which was caused by the unlawful or negligent actions of a third party. Who can...


Making A Horse Riding Compensation Claim

The British Horse Society (BHS) estimates that about three million people in the UK regularly take part in horse riding activities every year. The BHS also collates statistics every year...


Maternity Units Across The UK Continue To Jeopardise The Safety Of Expectant Mothers & Their Babies

A Care Quality Commission (CQC) report has this week raised further concerns that too many maternity units across the country have still not improved the services they provide despite a...


‘Tackling’ Head Injuries – The Long-Term Cost Of Concussion

After Aston Villa’s John McGinn was subbed off over concussion concerns after receiving two blows to the head in Saturday’s Premier League match against Everton, we consider the dangers of...


Shortage Of GPs Putting Safe Care At Risk

It has been reported this week that the number of GPs has fallen as demand surges, making it increasingly hard for doctors to guarantee safe care. Professor Martin Marshall, who...


Long Waits For Ambulances & Routine Operations

The most recent NHS England figures have shown that patients requiring ambulances for life-threatening calls are having to wait for longer than they should. Average response times for ambulances The...


World Sepsis Day 2021

World Sepsis Day is on 13th September 2021 and this year marks its 10th anniversary. The day aims to raise awareness about sepsis, which every year accounts for roughly 11 million...


How Has Covid-19 Affected Mental Health Services?

It has been reported that since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic there has been a sharp rise in: People suffering from a new onset of mental illness; People suffering...