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Making a VR “Safe Space”

Virtual Reality (VR) headsets, like the newly launched Oculus Rift, Sony VR and the HTV Vive, have revolutionised gaming and…

Real life experiences underpin safety campaign

“Safe Drive, Stay Alive” is a touring campaign utilising expertise from all three emergency services, with the aim to educate…

Basic errors lead to post natal death

Medical negligence cases can have some of the most serious consequences. That has unfortunately proven to be the case recently,…

Coin throwing – The dying embers of “yob” football culture?

It’s an ugly spectacle and one that isn’t welcome in today’s game, yet still happens on an alarmingly frequent basis.…

Toyota Recalls over Faulty Airbags

Toyota has been forced into making a costly decision financially, by recalling up to 5.8 million cars worldwide over concerns…

Parents reminded about visibility during darker nights

Parents across our home of West Lancashire are being reminded by local school clothing suppliers to ensure their children are…

Text/Drivers to be scared of new tech?

Texting while driving is a cardinal sin punishable with a fine and points on your license. Getting caught by police…

Yobs endanger lives by throwing stones from bridge

Skelmersdale recently bore witness to mindless acts of criminal damage when a group of yobs endangered lives by throwing rocks…

Are cycle lanes at capacity & risking injuries?

A video recently surfaced of a risky overtake attempted by a female cyclist during rush hour in London’s cycle superhighway…

The price of one punch

One punch assault injuries and deaths are unfortunately becoming much more common. You will likely have seen one of the spate…

Injury at work suffered by 43% of leisure & hospitality workers

Injury at work has been revealed as a huge problem for the leisure and hospitality industry, with a study revealing…

NHS Trusts begin to see new phototherapy machines

Good news for those suffering from skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis. Some local NHS trusts (including our local trust…

The lifelong prison of serious injury

Many people question sometimes whether compensation running into the tens or hundreds of thousands is necessary for an individual to…

Mother takes legal action over “wrongful birth”

A devastated mother has taken a medical negligence legal suit against the NHS in a very sensitive issue regarding her…

Dash cam near miss highlights importance of 20mph school limits

A dash cam video showing a very chilling near miss has highlighted the importance of obeying speed limits in pedestrian…

Samsung Note 7 fires spark product liability woes

The recent woes for Samsung and their new Galaxy Note 7 have highlighted a big problem with rushing out a…

Truss respects legal industry whiplash concerns

When George Osborne announced in his autumn statement that he intended to raise the small claims limit to £5,000 and…

Highways England lorry catches 2,700 driving offenders

A lorry, loaned to the police by Highways England, used the elevated cab over the course of an operation to…

Private ambulance crew leave widow grief stricken following mistake

A widow has claimed for medical negligence against a private ambulance crew who failed to spot or act on her…

Do bar staff owe you a ‘duty of care’?

When you are out at the pub, in a bar or a club, it is actually illegal for you to…

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