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Formula 1 is a sport that’s regularly changing, largely due to frequent upgrades within the technology available to the cars.

Perhaps surprisingly, Formula 1 cars are designed to fall apart upon impact. You’ll notice that in the event of an F1 crash, the car will often completely collapse, but the driver is, more often than not, unscathed. This is because when there is a crash that results in injury, the reasons for it will be taken into consideration when the next F1 cars are built.


As an experienced medical negligence solicitor, having previously worked with clients who have suffered a wide variety of brain injuries, I empathise with the many rugby players suffering from the long-term effects of head injuries sustained during their careers.

If you, or someone you love, have suffered from a similar injury, you may find the following blog of interest. More...

If you have been injured because of someone else's negligence, you may be entitled to claim compensation for your losses. However, making a personal injury claim can be a complex and daunting process, especially if you are not familiar with the legal system. That's why it's important to get professional advice from a solicitor who specialises in personal injury law.

In this blog post, we will answer some of the most frequently asked questions about personal injury claims in the UK, such as:

  • Can I claim for an accident after 10 years?
  • Can I claim for an accident after 4 years?
  • Is a personal injury claim classed as income?
  • What happens if I lose my personal injury claim?
  • How much do personal injury solicitors charge?
  • Do you have to declare compensation to HMRC?


The number of medical negligence claims in the UK has been rising steadily in recent years, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to a study by the Medical Protection Society, the annual cost to the NHS in England of settling clinical negligence claims is expected to double this year. This raises the question, why are more people are seeking medical negligence compensation?


Medical negligence is something that affects thousands of people a year, and something that can have serious health and legal repercussions.

In fact, medical negligence is more common than you might think; it isn’t just limited to extreme events. Incorrect medication, dosage, or wellbeing negligence could also come under this umbrella.

Here, we’ll delve deeper into the concept of medical negligence and provide all the insight you need to understand what counts as medical negligence.


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