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We are celebrating our 6th birthday this week. Although NW Law itself is only young, collectively we have over 100 years of experience in personal injury litigation. Every birthday, it’s nice to take stock of what’s happened to us over … Continue reading

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The Great NW Law Staff Easter Egg Hunt!

The offices of NW Law buzzed with excitement this morning as staff eagerly awaited the starting orders for what is now sure to be an annual event. The Great NW Law Staff Easter Egg Hunt. At the “B of the … Continue reading

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Website Survey and iPod Shuffle Winners

Thanks for your help! Many thanks to all those that completed a survey and entered our prize draw to win one of five iPod shuffles. We have collated the responses and are already implementing some changes to our website following … Continue reading

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Why APIL are Seeking to Alter Psychiatric Injury Definitions

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) are launching a campaign to widen the legal definition under which victims are entitled to compensation for psychiatric damage after witnessing the death or injury of a close relative, the guardian reported last … Continue reading

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Pancakes All Round!

It’s Shrove Tuesday today. Time to grab the frying pan and start flipping some pancakes! Pancakes are traditionally made on this day as a way of using up rich foods such as eggs, milk and sugar before the lenten fast. … Continue reading

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NW Law Celebrates Burns Night

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This weekend sees the celebration of Burns Night in honour of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns. Now, the staff at NW Law usually need little convincing to get dressed up and enter in to the spirit of various events throughout … Continue reading

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Winter Weather Accidents – Your Questions Answered

Wind and rain has been the main feature this winter, but there are still predictions that we have a “big freeze” yet to come. In our second Q&A session with the Bury Times,  we focus on winter weather accidents—particularly slipping … Continue reading

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Save The Children – Christmas Jumper Day at NW Law

Today is Christmas Jumper Day in aid of the charity Save the Children. It doesn’t usually take much of an excuse to get everyone at NW Law either dressing up or in the festive spirit, so today’s fundraising idea by … Continue reading

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Following an Accident…your questions answered

We are currently running a campaign with our local newspaper the Bury Times, where we answer some of the most common questions that people have following an accident. We are aware that many of our clients are also based out … Continue reading

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Fun DIY Halloween Lanterns

Now that Halloween is here, we have decided to dispense with our usual legal updates on the NW Law blog and thought that we would do something a little bit more fun. Pumpkins are, of course, the traditional method of decoration … Continue reading

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