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Client Alerts 28/07/2021
In this article from Partner and member of the brain injury Special Interest Group, Martin McAleer, the issues surrounding head injuries in contact sports, particularly rugby, are discussed in depth, summarising what is a fast-changing area of complex injury.
A new type of testing could bring significant advantages in the world of sports injuries. Solicitor Mandy Chahal takes a look at the development of saliva tests for brain injury detection.
Client Alerts 23/04/2021
In this client alert, Partner Jamie McCabe discusses the recent case of Wormald v Ahmed  EWHC 973 (QB) HHJ Ambrose, which has provided important guidance to those seeking to resolve catastrophic injury cases where the claimant is a minor or protected party by virtue of a lack of capacity.
Partner and lead for Keoghs' Brain Injury Special Interest Group, Libby Ferrie, takes a look at the growing understanding of brain injury in sports, and the implications this has on injury claims, as eight former rugby players enter claims for early onset dementia.
Utmost severity traumatic brain injury cases: Is the claimant likely to emerge from a permanent vegetative state (PVS)?
Partner Victoria Coleman discusses the latest research developments announced this week.
Client Alerts 30/04/2020
The Brain Injury Special Interest Group (SIG) has produced an article examining the case of Farah v MIB & Ors  EWHC 825 (QB), where the Court determined, amongst other issues, how Diffuse Axonal Injuries (DAIs) occur, the divisibility of separate brain injuries and the chain of causation regarding deliberate acts within a complex set of accident circumstances.