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Osseointegration- are we creating the ‘bionic’ Claimant?

Thursday 24th September 2020

Minster Law associate solicitor Edel Selby explores the surgical method, Osseointegration, as an alternative to traditional socket prosthesis for amputees. Osseointegration is a surgical method which introduces metal into bone with the purpose of achieving permanent bonding between them. This method is widely used in dentistry for implanting/replacing missing teeth, joint replacement surgeries and more…

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Injured at work – protecting your employment while pursuing a personal injury claim

Friday 18th September 2020

It is common knowledge that if you have an accident that causes you injury and this is someone else’s fault that you may well have a personal injury claim – but what if the accident happened at work? Associate solicitor, Rachel Clayton, provides insight into how the law is on your side if you make…

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Minster Law on the latest Civil Justice Quarterly statistics

Thursday 17th September 2020

Minster Law solicitor John Cuss comments on the publication of the Civil Justice Quarterly statistics The latest civil justice quarterly statistics covering April to June 2020 were published by The Ministry of Justice last week. The headline is of course that a significant decrease in all types of civil justice actions has occurred throughout April…

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Minster Law shortlisted three times for the Investors in People Awards

Wednesday 16th September 2020

We’re delighted to not only be shortlisted once – but three times – in the Investors in People Awards 2020, which celebrate organisations and people that make work better. Our shortlist categories include Employer of the Year: Platinum, Best Newcomer and Learning and Development and winners will be announced late November. Debra Cuddy, People Director…

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The impact of Covid-19 on legal expenses insurance

Thursday 10th September 2020

As the end of the furlough scheme is approaching, Rosie Cowling – solicitor and legal helpline team leader – looks at the likelihood of increased disputes arising from Covid-19. “It’s been no surprise that legal advice helplines across the UK have been busy during the pandemic. Although there were much fewer injury claims, as the…

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Minster raises £1500 for the Spinal Unit Recreational Fund (S.U.R.F)

Thursday 3rd September 2020

During the first two weeks of August 26 colleagues from Minster and nine staff and supporters from S.U.R.F walked, ran, cycled or used their wheelchair to collectively cover the 2400 miles from Land’s End to John o’ Groats and back all as part of a fundraising effort. The initial goal was to traverse from the…

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What you may have missed: August National Road Victim Month

Tuesday 1st September 2020

As August draws to end, so does National Road Victim Month, but that doesn’t mean we should stop thinking about road safety. 153,315 casualties were reported from road traffic accidents in 2019. At Minster Law we want to continue our work spreading important road safety messages, which can help to save more people on our roads….

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