Personal injury

15 February 2017

The importance of a roof over your head (is it time to revisit Roberts v Johnstone?)

At Kingsley Napley we specialise in high value claims. Any life changing condition, such as a spinal injury or cerebral palsy, may mean that the Claimant’s home is not suitable for their needs. As part of the case we will look very carefully at the Claimant’s current home situation and with the help of experts, evaluate whether it is appropriate for the needs of the Claimant. 

Kirsty Allen

12 January 2017

Sport- Safety or Success?

The passion, drive and competition; it’s what defines sport.  The thrill of competing and winning is what athletes dedicate their lives to. It is an addictive drug which reaps with it benefits such as good health, fitness, a competitive edge and a disciplined mind set. However, as with any drug, there is one potential side effect, which if not controlled, can be life or death. This is safety.

6 October 2016

Mayor’s move to improve cycling safety

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has proposed banning thousands of lorries which have low levels of visibility from the streets of London. This will come as welcome news to many of those who use their bikes to get around the capital.  As specialist personal injury solicitors, we represent clients who have suffered injury in a Road Traffic Accident, as a pedestrian, a cyclist or a passenger or driver in a vehicle.  Cyclists are among the most vulnerable road users, and we understand the importance of improving cycling safety on the roads.

5 September 2016

Kingsley Napley “Goes the Distance” with the SIA for Spinal Injuries

On the 18th of September 2016, members of the Kingsley Napley clinical negligence team will participate in the second edition of the annual Going the Distance walk organised by the Spinal Injury Association (SIA).  The purpose of this event is this to fundraise for the SIA whilst raising public awareness of the realities of living with a spinal cord injury.

Eurydice Cote

5 September 2016

The Paralympic Games: Born from rehabilitation treatment for spinal injuries

The Olympic Games may have come to a close, but we can still look forward to all the action of the Paralympic Games, due to take place in Rio between 7 – 18 September 2016. What I did not realise until recently was the fact that the Paralympic Games owe a debt to the treatment of spinal injury patients during and shortly after World War II.

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