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.
13th September 2017
The government published its intent to crack down on fake whiplash claims February 2017 and this even made it into the Queen's speech in June 2017.
If you’re not sure what this means and how it might affect you, this blog gives you an easy break down of the new reforms and how they are likely to affect you.
7th September 2017
Over the past few years we have seen a pronounced increase in NHS waiting times. This year 1,544 people are reported as waiting over 52 weeks for treatment on the NHS, which is more than a sevenfold increase from 2013.
4th September 2017
Asbestos is a carcinogenic substance that can lead to serious health conditions years after exposure. The presence of asbestos in older houses presents a risk of life-changing conditions.
15th June 2017
There are an estimated 700,000 live births in the UK each year and in 2014, the NHS paid £410m in obstetrics claims, which was 41% of a £1.1bn compensation budget.
15th June 2017
Poor care as an inpatient of a hospital can directly lead to medical negligence. Medical negligence can not only lead to further physical injury but also contribute to developing mental health issues such as PTSD or anxiety.