Serious Law is delighted to be the first corporate sponsor of the Wheelchair Tennis Development Network, in partnership with the Tennis Foundation and Lancashire Disability Rackets Club.
Posted 15th June 2015 16:18
National serious injury law firm, Serious Law LLP, is celebrating after receiving a Special Recognition Award from Back Up, the spinal cord injury charity, for its support of Back Up’s mentoring programme. The programme matches people with a spinal cord injury with mentors who have been through similar experiences.
Posted 13th November 2014 08:21
This year, we were delighted to take part in the Rooprai Spinal Trust’s Border Cup golf tournament, held earlier this month on Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day and in aid of Spinal Research.
Posted 29th September 2014 11:09
Following the announcement earlier this year of our support for Back Up’s spinal injury mentoring scheme, we at Serious Law are now proud to confirm completion of the official Back Up Mentoring Handbook and its availability on this website.
Posted 13th June 2014 09:30
Right now, the NHS is standing at a crossroads. It has been on the receiving end of dramatic government funding cuts along with a complicated reorganisation from the top down.
Posted 12th March 2014 15:37
Compensation culture: the scourge of our nation. At least, that’s if the UK’s media, politicians and ever growing army of opinionated internet users are to be believed.
Posted 11th February 2014 10:48
Recently, the Court of Protection has been on the receiving end of some negative press. Rather like the NHS, any mention of it the media appears to have been part of a carefully orchestrated attack.
Posted 27th January 2014 12:03
The festive season is now upon us, and many of you will most likely be gearing up for the busiest schedule in the calendar year.
Posted 19th December 2013 14:27
Cerebral palsy is an extremely debilitating condition. Thought to affect between 2 to 2.5 births out of every 1000 in the UK, it is caused by permanent damage to the brain which results in physical impairments that last the whole of the child’s life – and some of its effects can be excruciatingly painful.
Posted 17th December 2013 09:28