From serious injury to death, clinical negligence is a major concern for both doctors and patients. With notified claims rising more than 52% since 2005/06 it is worth taking an interest into how to claim the right compensation. The NHS paid out £729.1 million last year, and this can be for anything from dental errors… Read more
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How to get a 100% LTV Mortgage
Today I want to talk about Mortgages. Mortgages are something that haven’t concerned me until recently, when I started talking informally to a Financial Advisor who happens to be a family friend. I knew that mortgage rates varied depending on LTV (loan to value – i.e. the size of your deposit) and there were many… Read more
Valentines Day: The Numbers
My personal ‘subscription’ to blogs has grown exponentially over the last few weeks. I am now reading almost 40 blogs! How does this compare to you guys? Do you follow many regularly? I read a plethora (I like this word – means a variety) of different Valentines day related blog posts from various blogs. I… Read more
Mix Match – A Free University Course / Car Updates / Presenting Tip / My Blog is Growing!
Free University Courses: No this is not a catchy title to try and get people to read my blog – today The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has launched its first free course – MITx, an electronics course – which is entirely virtual. MIT aim to ‘shatter the barriers of education’. While there already hundreds of… Read more