The effects of a brain injury on a person can be physical, cognitive, emotional and behavioural. The latter three are essentially hidden from the average person, and therefore less well understood.
Articles by ‘Charlotte Webb’
There’s a wealth of research into brain injuries but the majority focuses on male brains, the male experience and is written by men. What are we missing when we don’t consider women? What can…
Charlotte Webb explains the importance of the Swift v Carpenter decision which was handed down today, 9 October 2020, and will have a big impact on claimants seeking compensation for accommodation.
Brain injury, the effects of which are often hidden, has recently been found to be a big issue for women who have experienced domestic violence. What are the effects this may have and what can those who have experienced it do about it?
Josh Craig, a trainee in our Personal Injury team, takes a look at recent research which suggests there may be a causal link between brain injury and homelessness – two issues of great importance to our entire firm.
With today’s announcement that the discount rate will change to minus 0.25%, we give you a quick explainer as to what it is and what the change means for claimants.
The recent Recolo conference was a chance for those in the neurorehabilitation community to come together and learn more about the latest trends and themes in this specialist area. Here’s four things our brain injury team picked up on.
Charlotte Webb, a solicitor in our Personal Injury team, explains why a new report from an All Party Parliamentary Group is an important step for neurorehabilitation.
Following the recent case of Owens v Owens and with current divorce legislation dating back to 1973, is it time for a shake up within the justice system surrounding the grounds for divorce?
5 reasons why RWK Goodman are going to be walking on Monday 26th September 2016.