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Acute kidney injury needs to be tackled head-on to avoid needless deaths

April 24th, 2016 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
Alarming statistics on patient care emerged this week as a report published by kidney disease experts and Insight Health Economics found that up to 40,000

The new ABI code – what does it mean for road traffic victims?

February 13th, 2016 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
A blog article by Jonathan White The Association of British Insurers (ABI) this week launched its new voluntary code of conduct for members dealing with

Why we need an Ethical Marketing Charter

July 22nd, 2015 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
There has been growing media coverage and political pressure on the proponents of nuisance marketing recently, prompted by the increasingly widespread use of these damaging

No Win No Fee lawyers help women win equal pay claims

March 9th, 2015 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
When you hear the phrase ‘no win, no fee’ you probably think of personal injury, but a new study has found that claimants’ law firms

How to get experience at a law firm

January 28th, 2015 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
National Accident Helpline’s Legal Director Jonathan White gives his top tips for students looking to get work experience placements in law firms. Check out his advice on the

Potholes: how the UK public pay the price for our crumbling roads

January 13th, 2015 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
A blog article by National Accident Helpline Legal Director Jonathan White The state of the UK’s roads is a major bugbear for the majority of

Study law for a versatile degree

January 8th, 2015 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
A blog article by New York University global professor Professor Gary Slapper What have Barack Obama, Derren Brown, Gandhi, Jerry Springer, John Cleese, Gerard Butler,

High Court ruling on cancer catches out government

October 15th, 2014 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
Mesothelioma campaigners achieved a breakthrough victory earlier this month when they won in a High Court challenge to the government’s recently launched scheme, whereby sufferers must

Our behaviour on the road may have changed, but the government must keep up

October 7th, 2014 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
Road casualty statistics recently released by the Department for Transport have revealed that road accident death and injury figures are on a distinctly encouraging downward

Genuine accident victims shouldn’t be pigeonholed with a fraudulent minority

September 5th, 2014 / by NAH_Team / Legal Blog, News
The insurance industry has this week – once again – unfairly cast doubt on the credibility of personal injury claimants. In an attempt to alter
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