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Our Personal Injury Solicitors continue to spread the word (and eat cake!)

Posted on July 12th 2023

Following on from the success of our Personal Injury team’s last outing spreading the word about our expertise, great customer service and technical skills, one of the members of our team visited Yvonne’s Café on Dock Road, Connah’s Quay. At Yvonne’s you are offered an...

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Successful claim for 61 year old man who suffered a crush injury to his hand in an accident at work

Posted on July 12th 2023

Mr B was working in a food production factory at the time of his accident. He was working on a meat pressing machine and whilst working on the machine his right wrist and hand became caught and crushed in the machine. The machine was defective...

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Oliver & Co’s Favourite Baristas

Posted on July 10th 2023

The Personal Injury Department are here to help local cyclists who have been injured and have been out and about calling at local coffee shops and cafes in the community where cyclists may visit, to leave details of the service they can offer, whilst enjoying...

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Action Mesothelioma Day – Raising awareness of mesothelioma and the dangers of asbestos

Posted on July 5th 2023

What is mesothelioma? Mesothelioma is an extremely aggressive cancer affecting the lining of the surface of the body’s organs. It most commonly affects the pleura; the lining of the lung, but can also be found in the abdomen, heart and testes. Mesothelioma is caused by...

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#MensHealthWeek – Avoidable Suicide

Posted on June 12th 2023

Avoidable suicide: In the UK one of the largest causes of death for men under 50 is suicide, with men representing three quarters of UK suicides. With a number of external factors being linked to suicidal behaviours the issues surrounding suicide amongst men are highly...

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#MensHealthWeek – Gynaecomastia

Posted on June 12th 2023

Gynaecomastia: Commonly caused by a hormonal imbalance, gynaecomastia causes men’s breasts to swell and become larger than normal. The condition commonly occurs in teenage boys and older men, with the only treatment options being medication to adjust the hormone imbalance or surgery to remove the...

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#MensHealthWeek – Scaphoid Fractures

Posted on June 12th 2023

Scaphoid fractures: A scaphoid is a small bone in your wrist. The scaphoid is commonly broken as a sports injury, for example playing football or boxing, or landing on your wrist or hand when falling. Due to the bone being small, a fracture can often...

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#MensHealthWeek – Prostate Cancer

Posted on June 12th 2023

Prostate cancer: Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, with over 40,000 new cases in the United Kingdom diagnosed every year. A diagnosis may be delayed for a number of reasons, including interpreting test results incorrectly or not accurately enough, or...

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#MensHealthWeek – Testicular Torsion

Posted on June 12th 2023

Testicular Torsion: Testicular torsion occurs when the testicle twists on the spermatic cord, which suddenly cuts off the blood supply to the testicle. If testicular torsion is identified appropriately and surgery is undertaken quickly enough, it is possible to save the affected testicle. However, if...

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Preventing accidents involving children

Posted on June 5th 2023

According to statistics over 800 children aged between one and nine die each year in the UK, and one in eight of those deaths are due to accidents. In the last year over 45,000 children under 4 were admitted to hospital as a result of...

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