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 Helen Thewlis
  February 19, 2020
The risk of developing Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) in women who have experienced domestic abuse is twice the rate of those who have not experienced domestic abuse.
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 Natalie Marrison
  February 14, 2020
Natalie Marrison, Head of Abuse and Personal Injury at Ramsdens Solicitors, has featured in the Big Issue North where she gives her legal opinion on the Maggie Oliver and the Greater Manchester child sexual exploitation case.
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  February 10, 2020
Helen Thewlis, Head of Family Law and Natalie Marrison, Head of Abuse and Personal Injury, have featured in Todays Family Lawyer, where they discussed the training options available to solicitors to better help them support sexual and domestic abuse survivors.
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 Natalie Marrison
  February 9, 2020
​Natalie Marrison, Head of Abuse and Personal Injury at Ramsdens Solicitors, has featured in the​ Independent, where she provides a statement on abuse in sport.
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 Natalie Marrison
  February 5, 2020
Sexual abuse and Sexual Violence week runs nationally from 3rd February – 9th February 2020. Ramsdens Solicitors strive to support and assist victims of sexual abuse and violence by promoting empowerment via social media campaigns using the #ItsNotOk hashtag. Furthermore, our Abuse team specialise in conducting claims via Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) for victims of sexual abuse or violence.
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 Natalie Marrison
  February 3, 2020
The third annual national awareness week is scheduled to take place from the 3rd – 9th February 2020 across the UK.
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 Natalie Marrison
  January 31, 2020
Dignity Action Day #DAD2020 takes place this Saturday on 1st February. It is an annual opportunity for health and social care workers to uphold individuals’ rights to dignity.
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 Natalie Marrison
  January 24, 2020
The widely reported Manchester sex abuse scandal has revealed the extent of failures within the police and social services in the early 2000s. A report has found that authorities were aware of children suffering ‘the most profound abuse’, yet failed to protect them.
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