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  • The Clinical Negligence Claims Process

    08 October 2018

    Coming to terms with the fact that a doctor or hospital has been negligent in their treatment of you is often hard to deal with.…

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  • Injuries to the ureter

    15 August 2018

    Ureteral injury is damage caused by trauma to one or both ureters, the muscular tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder.…

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  • Clinical Negligence and Inquests

    15 August 2018

    Usually when someone has died, their death is registered by a doctor. However, in some circumstances, including where the cause of death is unknown, a death cannot be registered until a Coroner has investigated what happened.…

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  • Failure to Diagnose Spinal Fracture

    03 August 2018

    Our client was climbing over a wooden rail fence when she slipped at the top and fell approximately 4 feet to the ground. She hit her head and back at the same time and was unable to move her body. Luckily, our client was found by her friends who called an ambulance.…

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  • Understanding Clinical Negligence (Infographic)

    04 July 2018

    Medical malpractice claims: Understanding Clinical Negligence. Negligence is the breach of a legal duty of care owed to one person by another which results in a damage being caused to that person. Clinical negligence (often called Medical Negligence) is concerned with claims against doctors and other healthcare professionals and their employers.…

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  • Missed Hip Fracture

    07 June 2018

    We acted for an elderly lady who suffered a fall whilst in hospital. She suffered a hip fracture (neck of femur) and a wrist injury (damage to the radial nerve). The hospital negligently failed to manage the wrist injury and failed to spot the hip fracture for over four months, despite continual complaints in the medical notes of pain which should have alerted the staff. …

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  • Delayed Cancer Diagnosis

    16 February 2018

    We acted on behalf of Ms M’s estate following a hospital’s failure to diagnose gallbladder cancer. Ms M had been unwell and was eventually admitted to hospital for the removal of gallstones and her gallbladder. In line with usual procedure, a specimen was taken and sent to the pathology lab for testing. Ms M was advised that the surgery had been a success and her physical problems were not expected to reoccur. She was therefore discharged from hospital.…

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  • Complex Injuries Arising From Bridge Removal

    01 December 2017

    ​We acted for a lady who suffered negligent treatment by her dentist during a bridge removal procedure. Our client suffered a very painful and traumatic experience when the dentist used inappropriate equipment and unreasonable force, which left her with injuries to her head, neck and mouth. …

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