Life after litigation

24 July 2017

Types of Spinal Cord Injuries

Over the past few weeks our blogs have looked at spinal and back anatomy and the common causes of spinal cord injury.  This blog looks at the types of spinal cord injury that can occur and provides a summary of the 6 clinical syndromes all of which present in a slightly different way.

Richard Lodge

10 July 2017

Spinal Cord Injury After Car Accident

Road traffic accidents are the second largest cause of spinal cord injury in the UK.  Many of you reading this blog may be a victim of spinal cord injury or know somebody who has sustained a spinal injury as a result of a road traffic accident.  Kingsley Napley have acted for many clients who have sustained spinal cord injuries as a result of road traffic accidents.  Part of our job is to represent the interests of our clients and to help them obtain compensation for the injuries they have sustained.  However, more importantly our job is also to ensure that our clients are receiving the treatment and rehabilitation that they need to make as full a recovery as possible to enable them to lead an independent life.

3 July 2017

Causes of Spinal Cord Injury

This blog follows on from Richard Lodge’s first blog in the series, about the anatomy of the spine.

There are many different causes of spinal injury and this series of blogs will discuss some of the key causes. The purpose of this blog is to focus on the biggest cause of spinal injuries. Hard as it is to believe, it is actually individuals falling that makes up the most common cause of spinal cord injury

Laura Sylvester

7 March 2017

The importance of exhibitions like Naidex

I am pleased that Kingsley Napley will be attending Naidex again this year.  As someone who attended the exhibition last year and took the time to walk around the exhibition hall, I left with a sense of admiration for the pace of technological and medical advances for those who have a disability.  

Richard Lodge

27 February 2017

Setting the Discount Rate and Achieving Fairness for Victims of Accidents

This morning, the Lord Chancellor Liz Truss announced that she is changing the discount rate from 2.5% to minus 0.75%.  

Terrence Donovan

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