Author Archives: Stuart Howard-Cofield

The #ChooseCycling Manifesto

New research details health benefits of cycling and the #choosecycling manifesto is launched. New research commissioned by British Cycling was published last week detailing the health benefits of cycling. The research showed that if people replaced just five minutes of … Continue reading

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Cosmetic Surgery – What Happens When it Goes Wrong?

Last week we learned that 2013 showed a large rise in demand for plastic surgery in the UK. The BBC has reported that figures released by The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) show a 17% increase in cosmetic … Continue reading

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Why Choosing the Right Lawyer Can Make a Big Difference to Your Claim

Not all “whiplash” and neck injury claims are straightforward -  choosing the right lawyer to deal with your claim can make a big difference. Our client was a passenger in a car that was waiting and indicating to turn right. … Continue reading

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The Daily Commute by Bike: Is it Getting More Dangerous?

Cycling is in the spotlight again, in light of the tragic news of another death on London’s roads. This brings the number of deaths in London to 14 this year – however, six of those have occurred in the last … Continue reading

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Accident Victims Still Encouraged to Instruct Solicitors

During the summer, we highlighted and supported The Law Society’s “Don’t Get Mugged by an Insurer” campaign which encouraged personal injury accident victims to instruct solicitors, rather than accept the first offer on the table.   The controversial, but effective … Continue reading

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Naomi Wilson Features in the Bury and Radcliffe Times

Naomi Wilson has featured in the Bury and Radcliffe Times business pages, with a personal profile reflecting on her experiences as a local businesswoman. In the profile, amongst other topics, Naomi discusses her first job, which skills are required to … Continue reading

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Exam Success at NW Law!

We are delighted to be able to congratulate our own Anya Murphy on her recent success in passing her ILEX Stage 1 exam.     Anya is a Litigation Executive at NW Law and assistant to Claire Hutchinson, dealing with … Continue reading

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New Penalties for Careless Driving Now In Force

From today, there have been important changes to the process in which the police can deal with various traffic offences and careless driving. New penalties may cause many drivers to rethink the way that they behave on the road. The … Continue reading

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NW Law Are Delighted To Welcome Two New Recruits

Welcome to NW Law! We are delighted to announce that two new recruits, Gemma Pilkington and Tom Brayshaw, have joined the Road Traffic Accident Department at NW Law. Our aim is always to provide a consistently high level of service … Continue reading

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Government Promises a Cycling Revolution

The Government Promises a Cycling Revolution and the Liberal Democrats Put Forward “Presumed Liability” Plans.   Unfortunately it seems that not a week goes by without further deaths on British roads due to accidents involving cyclists – and this last … Continue reading

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