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Latest news on PIP breast implant litigation

Latest PIP News

In the PIP breast implant litigation our French lawyer has now confirmed that the appeal has been successful. However, the case must be heard again. At the moment we are awaiting further advice on the procedure and how long this will take. We will notify our clients of developments once we have a fuller picture…

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Bringing your claim in time – Why is 3 years so important?

Claim time limits are important. Read our helpful review of a recent decision where someone lost out for not acting fast enough. Can we help you? You must have seen adverts by Solicitors asking if you have had an accident in the last three years. Have you ever thought – why three years – and…

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Lifestyle Supplements – a risk worth taking ?

  Eighty per cent of people who make a New Year’s Resolution fail by February.  As Easter looms most of us with good intentions cast an eye at all the chocolate on offer! However, for some the attraction of being healthier, fitter and often thinner becomes an all encompassing quest.  We all want to be…

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Reflecting on international women’s day

  International Women’s Day occurs every year on 8th March, UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres is quoted as saying, “Achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls is the unfinished business of our time, and the greatest human rights challenge in our world”. This is something we here at Corries Solicitors firmly agree with! So…

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NHS mistakes- will greater transparency get us to the truth?

NHS mistakes are often reported in the press and on television. We look at recent changes which may mean a more transparent approach to finding out if your loved ones have had poor treatment. NHS hospitals and medical staff are there to help us all in our hour of need.  The majority of the time…

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Bereavement damages – change means fairer compensation for thousands

Bereavement awards following the death of an unmarried partner will be made in the future following a Court of Appeal decision recently. A change in the law will affect thousands each year. Bereavement Award-The Case Miss Jakki Smith, an NHS worker took the government to court for breaching her human rights as she was denied…

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Loose Women tackle sex injuries issue

ITV’s “Loose Women” have tackled the issue of sex injuries recently. The panel got to grips with this thorny and delicate issue with their usual aplomb. Janet Street-Porter and Coleen Nolan discussed their own sex related injuries in water bed, bathrooms and carpet related incidents. Cut and paste the link here Whilst the video segment…

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