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Artificial Nails: a brief history and what to do when they go wrong

  • April 3, 2019
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  The history of artificial nails Artificial nails have been worn predominantly by women for hundreds of years, originally by Egyptian women as a symbol of status and wealth. These were often made from bones or ivory. The concept of…

Serious Injuries Claims

Serious Injuries Claims

  • November 27, 2018
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  If you have been involved in a serious accident, sometimes called a catastrophic injury, then Cohen Cramer Solicitors are here for you. It may be that you require long-term care and treatment, adaptation to your family home and replacement…

Claim for Accident at Work

Claim for Accident at Work

  • November 27, 2018
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If you have had an accident at work you may well be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries and losses. This is your right. Cohen Cramer solicitors can help you to claim the compensation you deserve. To find out…

Claiming for a Needlestick Injury

Claiming for a Needlestick Injury

  • November 26, 2018
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  If you have sustained a needle-stick, syringe or other sharps injury while at work we can help you claim compensation for the stress and worry caused by having to wait for the results of your blood tests as well…

Christmas parties and not getting sued

  • December 9, 2016
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  As the Christmas party season approaches we wish goodwill and cheer to all men and women. However, we must also say that it is the Christmas period and in particular Christmas parties that can cause the most headaches for…

Food business fined £4,000 over salmonella contamination

  • November 9, 2016
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  A food company has been fined £4,000 after it supplied a spice mix which contained salmonella. An investigation into Catermix in Syston, Leicestershire, was launched by Charnwood County Council after another authority found the bacteria in tikka spicing supplied…

Mexcian restaurant chain outlets closed due to suspected norovirus outbreak

  • November 3, 2016
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  The Mexican restaurant chain Wahaca has shut nine of its restaurants after a suspected outbreak of norovirus. Public Health England (PHE) said it had launched an investigation after 205 staff and 160 members of the public fell ill. Wahaca,…

Man born with severe disabilities as a result of incestuous rape has won the right to claim compensation.

  • June 4, 2016
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    A recent landmark decision by the Upper Tribunal has overturned a Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority decision not to make payment to a man, identified only as Y, who has epilepsy, severe learning difficulties and audio and visual problems…

Lawyers? Who needs them ?

  • June 4, 2016
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  The Government are proposing to increase the small claims limit to £5000, so what does this mean to the injured person on the street? In a nutshell it means that if your injuries are valued at less than £5000…

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