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Watch this space as we roll out news stories covering the growth plans of Active Legal.


The stories will cover details regards staff members, developments in the law and certain information regards the personal injury and accident claims we under take.


In what victims hailed as the culmination of a "fierce" 10-year legal battle a Paris court has ruled that hundreds of British women should receive compensation for faulty French-made breast implants.
The Paris appeals court ruled negligence by German firm TUV Rheinland in awarding safety certificate has paved the way for compensation for 2,700 women - including 540 Britons - who said they had suffered long-term physical and mental problems from the implants. TUV has denied any wrongdoing.
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Individuals who get blood cots as the result of taking the corona virus vaccine are eligible to claim damages from the Government of upto £120,000, but only if they can prove they are at least 60% disabled.


The threshold has caused concern among some families affected, and MPs said ministers had a "moral duty" to review the requirement saying that it could "bar a lot of deserving people from any compensation". 

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The victims' commissioner says women must get the same rights as homeowners confronting dangerous burglars to be able to defend themselves against an abusive partner.
Dame Vera Baird, QC, is urging Home Secretary Priti Patel to change the law to give victims of domestic abuse the right to use disproportionate force against a violent partner - a defence accorded to homeowners when protecting themselves against a burglar. 
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A rider who suffered crush injuries has lost a £100,000 claim against the owner of a "naughty" horse after a judge ruled the animal may have suffered a heart attack.
Lisa Ford suffered multiple fractures, including a smashed pelvis and internal injuries, when the horse reared up and fell backwards on to her while she was riding on the Badminton Estate with the Beaufort Hunt in September 2018.
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Tough new laws outlined by the Communities Secretary could see every statue given greater protection from "baying mobs" and road names saved from the "revisionist purge" of Labour councils.
Robert Jenrick is to change the law so that, without going through a formal planning process, historic statues, plaques, memorials or monuments cannot be removed. Mr Jenrick is also looking at ways to stop Left-wing councils from unilaterally replacing street names linked to the British Empire, without the approval of a clear majority of people living in the streets affected. 
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