Valuing a cerebral palsy case very much depends on the Claimant’s specific injury and needs. We rely on expert witnesses who assess all the ways in which the Claimant’s cerebral palsy affects them, and prepare a report for the Court setting out their opinion and recommendations.
These are great sports to play, and watching them is a popular national pastime. However, in recent years there has been an increasing level of concern about injuries in sport – particularly head trauma leading to neurological disease later in life.
As the Covid death rate continues to fall, last week One Cancer Voice, which represents 20 cancer charities warned that for the first time in decades the death rate from cancer is likely to rise because of the impact of the pandemic on cancer treatment.
This week from 15 to 23 March 2021 we celebrate neurodiversity and people with neurodivergent conditions. It’s estimated that around 1 in 7 of us are neurodivergent. Find out what neurodivergent is and what the causes are.
March is Brain Tumour Awareness Month and Wear A Hat Day is back, taking place on Friday 26th March 2021. Wear A Hat Day is a fundraising and research awareness initiative by Brain Tumour Research; a charity that campaigns to raise funds for vital research into the origins of brain tumours.