4th April 2018
According to statistics, less cycling accidents are fatal for victims than they were a decade ago but the number of serious injuries being reported has increased by a sizeable 17%. We break down all the figures and offer some advice on how to stay safe cycling...
4th April 2018
Skin cancer is by far the most common form of cancer in Britain. It kills over 2000 people in the UK every year, but according to British Associations of Dermatologiststhe majority of adult population remains completely oblivious to the dangers of this deadly disease and how to spot early signs of skin cancer.
12th March 2018
Writing a letter of complaint isn’t the same as making a claim, but it can be a good start in trying to understand what happened to you and why; so whether you decide to claim or not, you should always raise a complaint if you have a problem with NHS care.
27th February 2018
After more than 7 years of injustice, the Court of Appeal has put an end to the technical defence raised in a series of cases culminating in a previous Court of Appeal ruling, by unanimously overturning the High Court decision in Bussey v Anglia Heating Ltd.
17th January 2018
We surveyed over 2,000 people to find out how long people would wait before chasing an expected follow-up appointment with their healthcare provider.
18th December 2017
We surveyed over 2,000 people to find out what percentage of British NHS users would delay a non-urgent GP or hospital appointment to help ease pressure on the NHS over the winter period.
21st September 2017
Companies like Google and Tesla are en route to revolutionising how we drive. As a company we’ve highlighted the dangers technology posed to your safety on the road in the past, but advances in tech are not only making our cars greener and more efficient but potentially, they are making our roads a safer place to drive.