On 25 May 2018, data protection law across the EU was overhauled and for a brief moment in time the GDPR became a hot topic – surpassing even Beyoncé as a search term on Google. One year on, has its impact lived up to the hype?
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This week is Action for Brain Injury Week which is a week–long awareness event organised by the brain injury charity, Headway. Here Heather Calderwood takes a further look into the different types of brain injury including oxygen deprivation during child birth.
According to a recent article following the death of singer Aretha Franklin, her family located three Wills in her house which she had handwritten and signed during her lifetime. What happens if you have multiple Wills, and are handwritten ones worth the paper they're written on?
After a three-year legal fight, widow and mother of one, Rachel Thompson, finally obtained a court order requiring Apple to allow her to access thousands of photos and videos on her deceased husband's mobile phone; many of which featured the deceased and his young daughter in images of cherished family memories.
When a brain injury has happened as a result of an accident the right legal advice is crucial. The prospect of pursuing a claim can be daunting. Here Marina Harper highlights just some of the steps our specialist solicitors would navigate on your behalf to make a brain or head injury claim as part of Headway's Action For Brain Injury Week.