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Spinal Injury Advice

Dealing with a spinal injury can be overwhelming. It often represents a significant change in your life, from the way you approach everyday tasks, to the question of whether or not you should pursue a spinal injury compensation claim.

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Learning as much as you can about spinal injuries – as well as the process of making a claim – could be helpful as it will allow you to understand more about what has happened to you, what you can do about it and what to expect for the future.

We’ve provided some guidance with our spinal injury advice pages, found below:

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Stop the Pressure Ulcer Day 2021

Every year, on the third Thursday in November, the European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP) holds the Stop Pressure Ulcer Day to help raise awareness…

By Alex Dabek
Road Safety Week - Safety Heroes

This Road Safety Week, the theme is Road Safety Heroes and I will be celebrating the tireless work of the Support Network Officers and Peer…

By Tom Lax
The Spinal Injuries Association Gunpowder Ball 2021

There were several things that stood out as I nursed a slightly sore head this morning, running over last night’s events at the Spinal Injuries…

By Tom Lax
Horatio’s Garden – Party at the Prince

On Wednesday 13th October, several of the junior members from the Spinal Injuries Team attended the Horatio’s Garden “Party at the Prince”. The Prince is…

By Evangeline Ashby
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