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Mental Health Care and the Responsibilities of Care

What is mental health?  ‘Mental health’ is often used as a substitute for mental health conditions that affect a person’s mood, thinking and behaviour.  The signs and symptoms of a mental health condition depends on the disorder and circumstances of the person. Some examples of mental health conditions may include (but are not limited to):  …

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Lawyers Vs. Solicitor Vs. Barrister Vs. Attorney – What’s the difference and which one do I need?

So, you need a legal representative for some reason, but you’re not sure who you need? You’ve heard the titles lawyer, solicitor, barrister, and attorney thrown around but never needed to know who they are or what their job title entails. We are here to explore the different titles of lawyer, solicitor, barrister, and attorney …

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Work Accidents: The Most Common Workplace Injuries

Workplace accidents can happen to anyone. While some professions are inherently more ‘risky’ than others (e.g. a builder is more likely than a marketing manager to get hit by a falling hammer), there’s no such thing as an injury-proof job. All industries, environments and roles come with some degree of risk – nobody is  immune …

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What to do immediately after an accident

There is some very important information that you need to collect, following an accident. That information includes the following: Details of the time and place of the accident Details of the vehicles involved Details of all persons involved in the incident Details of the medical practitioner or hospital you consulted following the accident Details of …

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What to do if you or a loved one has been in a motor vehicle accident

The number one thing to do if you’ve been in a motor vehicle accident is to seek medical attention immediately. You should also advise the police as soon as possible. If you are unable to report the accident immediately and the police did not attend the accident scene, you should do so as soon as …

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