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Not all law firms are the same. Boyes Turner LLP is based in Reading, in the heart of the Thames Valley, our client base includes many of the World’s largest multinationals as well as successful UK and European businesses. We also have market leading private client teams that specialise in medical negligence, personal injury and asbestos compensation, special educational needs, court of protection and also tax, wills, trusts and probate.

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All I want for Christmas is...a Bionic Hand

How amazing to read, that just before the Christmas period, Brooklyn Brentnall-Croydon has received a bionic hand.  Now he can look...

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Bionic Eyes for the blind

It is amazing to see this technology being successfully used, and giving people the gift of sight.

When we talk about "bionic" these days...

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Campaign against Sepsis gets underway

Leaflets are being circulated to emergency departments, GP surgeries and maternity wards, warning of the signs and symptoms of sepsis.

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Don't be scared about a smear

As we approach January, and cervical cancer awareness week (22-28 Jan), this is a sad reminder to women everywhere, to attend your smear...

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A stark reminder about Meningitis

The Meningitis Trust is reminding people to be vigilant at this time of year especially over the symptoms of meningitis.

This couples...

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Meningitis affects adults as well as children

We often hear of babies and children battling meningitis, but this is a tragic story of a 48 year old woman who lost her life to meningitis.

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The Movement Centre

We are all wondering at this time of year what to give for Christmas and if you are like me, you are clearing out the older toys to make...

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10 year wait for Inquest into death from Sepsis

We often hear from clients that the inquest marks the beginning of the end of the grieving process when you have lost someone. Some of...

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The importance of an EHCP for a child with disabilities

One of the issues we often get asked about by clients is what assistance we can provide with ensuring a child with disabilities has help...

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More Awareness needed for the signs of meningitis

Edward Dee of Clifton Primary School has become the latest victim of this deadly illness, and now his school and classmates are committed...

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Anaesthetic error turns young boy's life 'upside down'

This is an example of a simple anaesthetic error causing devastating brain damage. Even though an apology and financial compensation...

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Tragic consequences of prescription error

Everyday hundreds of thousands of prescriptions are written and while the vast majority of these are prescribed and dispensed...

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Cervical Cancer survivor welcomes baby via surrogate

In January, Cervical Cancer Awareness week will take place, with Jo's Trust and other charities campaigning again to raise awareness of...

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Advances in technology - the exoskeleton

There has been a lot of media coverage recently about exoskeletons, and how they can help people who have been paralysed, walk again.

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Life with a disabled child

Having a child can change your perspective. Having a disabled child, even more so.

Parents of a child with a significant disability often...

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The importance of early antibiotic treatment for Sepsis

Another example of the importance of recognising the signs and symptoms of Sepsis is in the news this week. 

Blessing Matia's mother was...

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There is no cure for Charcot foot

This is one of the lesser known long term complications of diabetes, but one which could result in amputation. 

Diabetes can affect the...

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The importance of considering state funded care when settling a personal injury or medical negligence claim

The decision of St Helen's council to refuse to fund care for a brain injured adult is to be judicially reviewed. 

Mr A was awarded £3m as...

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The Holly and the Christmas Wreath

There are a few sore fingers and scratched arms this morning after the first "Make your own Christmas Wreath" event held at Boyes Turner...

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Specialist seating for children with cerebral palsy

Equipment is so important to anyone with a disability. Without appropriate equipment, an everyday task can become very labour intensive,...
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Be aware of the symptoms of meningitis

It is rather worrying to read the statistic from the Meningits Reasearch Foundation's study - that so many young children are being sent...
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