Technology used in prosthetics doesn’t stand still for long. There are different types of foot and ankle prostheses available for transfemoral and transtibial amputees. Until a ground-breaking powered system came on the scene a…
Articles by ‘Louise Huckstep’
Louise Huckstep explains how a new piece of prosthetic technology could help change things for young children living with a limb difference.
At the start of the second lockdown, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) confirmed that private physio services were among those businesses that would be allowed to remain open during the second lockdown. What are some of the practical implications of COVID for patients seeking treatment both during lockdown and beyond?
Following news that a live organ has been successfully delivered for transplant, our team takes a look at how this tech has been brought about, and what it means in law.
Louise Huckstep, solicitor in our Personal Injury team in our Oxford office, successfully sued a garage when our client sustained injuries slipping on an oily surface in its forecourt.
Louise Huckstep, solicitor in our Personal Injury team in our Oxford office, successfully sued a Council and their contractors after alterations to the Council’s car park resulted in a large ‘depression’ in the tarmac surface causing our client to trip and sustain injury.
As some, especially the younger ones among us, count down to 25 December, the Government (the Work and Pensions Committee to be precise) has a date in mind which, doubtless, you are less aware of.
Potholes are in the news again this week following the release into the public domain of some facts and figures about what councils are spending on highway repairs, and the state of the roads generally. Louise Huckstep, solicitor in our Personal Injury team, who frequently acts for those injured as a result of potholes, highlights ways in which you can report potholes.
Potholes and other highway defects can cause serious injuries. Louise Huckstep, solicitor in RWK Goodman’s Personal Injury team, who is experienced in advising victims of such accidents in bringing compensation claims, highlights what can be done practically – before an accident happens.
With the holiday season still underway, lots of people are heading off to catch some late summer sun. Most of them will enjoy a trouble-free holiday. However, accidents do happen, and while you hope to avoid road traffic accidents abroad, it’s good to be prepared and know what to do if the worst happens.
We’re coming to the end of the ski season in Europe but lots of people will soon be dashing off for a last minute Easter skiing break. Before you go it’s important to think about how you and your family will stay safe on the slopes.
In an all too common case our client, Mrs P, was attacked by a dog when visiting a private his home.