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15 May, 2015

Expenses and Funding of Civil Litigation in Scotland

The Scottish Government's recent consultation on Expenses and the Funding of Civil Litigation in Scotland certainly provided food for thought for our specialist solicitors within the Personal Injury team.

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14 Apr, 2015

Stepping Out – Pedestrian Road Traffic Accidents

New statistics show a 1% increase in pedestrians killed or seriously injured on Great Britain’s roads compared to the previous year.

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03 Dec, 2014

Drink Drive Limit Cut

Scottish Government lower the drink drive limit from 5 December 2014.

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06 Nov, 2014

Government Aims to Cut Drink Drive Limit Before Christmas

Almost 75% of responses to a previous consultation agreed that the limit should be reduced.

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06 Nov, 2014

Fall in Number of Workers Fatally Injured

Latest HSE statistics show a fall in the number of works fatally injured in 2013/2014 compared to the five year average.

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03 Nov, 2014

Darker Days means extra care should be taken on roads

Motorists will have to adjust to driving in the dark whilst pedestrians and other road users require to be extra vigilant.

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08 Aug, 2014

Campaign to reduce deaths in the farming industry launched

Farm Safety Scotland Partnership launched to reduce the number of deaths in the farming industry.

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30 Jul, 2014

Driverless Cars to Take to The Road

Caroline Kelly, Personal Injury Associate comments on plans to run driverless cars trials in 2015.

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27 Jul, 2014

Sainsbury’s Introduce High-Tech HGV’s

Personal Injury Associate, Caroline Kelly, Welcomes Sainsbury introduction of new HGV's in London to help stop the rising number of cyclists killed in the city.

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09 Jun, 2014

Cycle Helmets – Useful or Not?

Leading Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh has suggested cycle helmets do not protect the brain in an accident. We Discuss the Pros and Cons of wearing a cycle helmet.

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