December 1 / Litigation

Medical Negligence FAQ Editorial

At Maxwell Hodge we offer a range of legal services, including acting for our clients in claims for medical negligence

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December 1 / Wellbeing

Wellbeing at Christmas

Mind state that Christmas can affect your mental health if you

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December 1 / Wellbeing

Can Oestrogen Rich Foods Help with the Effects of Menopause?

Recently, I caught the tail end of a discussion, on the radio, about oestrogen rich foods

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November 27 / Networking

Simply Castle Street – 8th December 2023

Join us at the beautiful venue, Hotel Indigo, 3 Chapel Street, Liverpool L3 9AG on Friday 8th December, 10:30am-12:00pm for our final SIMPLY CASTLE STREET networking of 2023

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November 23 / Family

Let’s give a shout for mediation…!

Sir Andrew McFarlane, the President of the Family Division, recently delivered a speech in which he stressed the need for mediation in resolving family disputes

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November 20 / Litigation

Case Study – Medical Negligence

We have recently dealt with a medical negligence claim for a client and successfully secured compensation

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November 13 / Litigation

Professional Duty of Candour

The Duty of Candour Regulations, implemented by the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014, came into force in November 2014 for NHS Bodies and in April 2015 for all other organisations

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November 6 / Wills, Probate & Lifetime Planning Blogs


A Will is one of the most important documents that a person will ever sign, yet surprisingly 2 out of 3 adults die without leaving a valid Will

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November 6 / Huyton, Kirkby, Vacancies

Medical Negligence Paralegal – Kirkby or Huyton

Opportunity Available

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November 3 / Wellbeing

Stress Awareness Day – 2023

Feeling stressed out?

You are not alone! Stress is everywhere. Work. Relationships. Money, Parenting.

There are ways to deal with all of this.

Stress means something different to everybody but essentially, it is wanting things to be different to how they are now. Meditations and mindfulness can help to cope with stress. The techniques will not eliminate stress but may help to see a different perspective.

Regular meditation or mindfulness can really help to have a positive impact on stress.

Did you know that regular deep breathing actually sends a message to our brains that we are ok?

There are many apps that can be used for guided meditations, many of which are free, such as YouTube, Calm and Let’s Meditate. Some paid for apps such as Headspace can be a great investment as there are daily activities that can be used, sleep casts and wind downs as well as courses to help you stay on track.