Ho v Adelkun

The Court of Appeal decision in Ho (Respondent) v Adelekun (Appellant) [2021] UKSC 45 (on appeal from: [2020] EWCA Civ 517) has now been handed down, offering clarification on the Read more…

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Posted on Oct 11th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

BackCare Awareness Week – 4th October to 8th October 2021

This week has marked BackCare Awareness Week. BackCare is a national charity founded over 50 years ago whose patron is HRH The Prince of Wales. This year, due to the Read more…

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Posted on Oct 8th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

The Cost of Beauty

The Canadian supermodel, Linda Evangelista, has recently appeared on the news stating that she has been left “permanently disfigured” following a cosmetic procedure designed to reduce fat cells in her Read more…

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Posted on Oct 7th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

Rehabilitation

What Ancient Greece did for us… Did you know that along with founding the Olympic games, Ancient Greece is also thought to be the birthplace of physiotherapy. Hippocrates and Galenus, Read more…

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Posted on Aug 13th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

Rise of the E Scooter

The prevalence of the E Scooter in towns and cities has soared in recent times, however, there is a widespread lack of awareness of the rules for their use and Read more…

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Posted on Aug 10th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

Highway code to prioritise Pedestrians and Cyclists

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increase in the number of cyclists and pedestrians on our roads as people turned to these forms of exercise Read more…

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Posted on Aug 4th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

National Road Victim Month

This month we remember those killed and injured in collisions on our roads. National Road Victim Month is an annual event organised by the charity RoadPeace. The first person to Read more…

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Posted on Aug 2nd, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

12 PENALTY POINTS – WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

Many of us will have suffered the unpleasant experience of having a ‘notice of intended prosecution’ land on our doorstep. This correspondence issued by the police notifies a driver or Read more…

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Posted on Jul 30th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

A view ahead of modern slavery act changes

The last few months have seen a flurry of activity as businesses have been publishing their modern slavery statements. As our internal reporting period comes to a close, Lyons Davidson Read more…

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Posted on May 28th, 2021 by Michael Whiting

Shared Driveways – Disputes

Neighbours sharing driveways to reach their own property is becoming increasingly common, with developers looking to maximise the amount of housing they can build on their land. With older properties, Read more…

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Posted on May 10th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

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