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National Accident Helpline is delighted to announce the results of the 2016 British Caregiver Award for unpaid carers, run in partnership with national disability charity Revitalise.

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Creating Waves offers a foot in the door at one of Britain's biggest radio companies

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/ by /Legal and Consumer News, News

A recent outbreak of Norovirus aboard the Fred Olsen cruise ship the Balmoral has left many consumers wondering about their legal rights in the event that they fall ill with a preventable illness while on holiday.

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/ by /Legal and Consumer News, News

A study by National Accident Helpline has lifted the lid on the extensive impact on employee health and wellbeing from workplace accidents and work-related illness.

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/ by /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 hospital patients die annually as a result of a failure to diagnose acute kidney injury.

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We agree that nuisance calls are unacceptable and must be stamped out.

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/ by /Campaigns, Future Legal Mind, News

The winner of Future Legal Mind 2016 was unveiled on Wednesday.

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/ by /Community News, News

Mayor Boris Johnson will be in Southwark, south London, to officially start work on the £160m "superhighway" which will stretch for more than three miles from King's Cross to Elephant and Castle.

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The race is on to be named as Future Legal Mind 2016, as National Accident Helpline releases the names of the 10 finalists.

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/ by /Community News, News

According to the ABI, the new code of conduct will protect the interests of accident victims by limiting the practice of third-party capture but code of conduct doesn't go far enough in challenging dubious practices.

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