Archive for May, 2016

A handy guide on obtaining medical administrative assistant certification

A handy guide on obtaining medical administrative assistant certification. Medical administrative assistant is a profession which is quite a lot in demand these days, thanks to the rise in the number of clinical facilities all over the world. By completing a course in medical administrative assistance, individuals become qualified to assist healthcare professionals in various […]

May 28, 2016 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Katie Cruz v Chief Constable of Lancashire & Anor [2016] EWCA Civ 402

The Claimant was escorting a drunk prisoner to a cell. Unusually, the cell door had not been left fully open and was sticking out into the corridor. As the Claimant tried to manoeuvre around the door, the prisoner fell suddenly to the ground, pulling the Claimant down with her. The Claimant sustained significant injury to […]

May 28, 2016 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Drink driving charges: The things you need to know

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. According to the latest statistics, more than half a million breathalyser tests are performed each year, and on average 100,000 are found to be positive. With such a high number of these charges, it’s surprising how many people still find drink driving law such […]

May 18, 2016 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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(1) Daniel Greenway (2) Waynsworth Dryden (3) Dean White (4) Simon York (5) Tony Cipullo v Johnson Matthey Plc [2016] EWCA Civ 408

The Claimants appealed against a decision that their claims were claims for pure economic loss not personal injury. They were employed at the Defendant’s chemical factory, which produced chlorinated or halogenated platinum salts. Employees were required to undergo regular skin testing due to the risk of sensitisation (caused by exposure to the salts). The Claimants […]

May 15, 2016 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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