Irwin Mitchell partner David Withers explains how to make rehabilitation work for both parties in catastrophic injury cases.
Sarah’s journey from early struggles to Paralympian dreams shows the power of passion – and well resourced, multidisciplinary rehab – writes Emma Rush, Partner at Irwin...
The Court of Protection is an influential force in neuro-rehab. Here senior judge HHJ Carolyn Hilder answers your questions on the inner workings of the authority.
Urgent changes are needed to the legislation that governs severe injuries in the workplace, experts say.
The internet and social media have transformed the way we communicate with each other in recent years, writes Charlene Hughes, associate solicitor at Boyes Turner.
When the rape of a Manchester woman with learning difficulties came to trial in 2012, everything hinged on her memories of the ordeal. In the cold...
A judge has provided much-needed clarity on life-and-death decisions about permanently vegetative and minimally conscious patients