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Crippling negligence claims show NHS not 'the envy of the world'

Well January ended with a bang, and its a bang I’ve been banging on about for the last couple of years (!): The budget set aside for NHS negligence claims is growing so rapidly that it threatens to bankrupt the system. 1,775 more words


Case of the Day - Friday, February 9, 2018


We have written from time to time about recreational user statutes, state laws that grant immunity to landowners who make their lands available without charge to the public for recreational purposes. 1,038 more words

Issuing naloxone to Victorian drug outreach workers

Today’s question comes from:

… an organization that promotes drug policy frameworks that are based on evidence and promote human dignity.

One of our main areas of work is assisting drug services and other organisations to develop and roll-out Narcan/naloxone programs. 

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Case of the Day - Thursday, February 8, 2018


One of the most popular parables that the New Testament reports Jesus told was in answer to a disciple’s question, “But who is my brother?” The tale of the Good Samaritan (and mind you, the Samaritans and Jews mixed like Patriots fans and Eagles boosters at last weekend’s featured event), who found a Jewish man beaten by robbers and left for dead is taught to countless Sunday School students, and has even entered the lexicon. 855 more words

Father Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Foster Care Provider

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) — A 27-year-old west suburban man has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a Chicago-based social service provider, because he said, their negligence contributed to the death of his 9-month-old daughter. 196 more words