Personal Injury Medical Negligence

22/11/2018 0 comments 72 views

Almost three quarters of stillbirths, neo-natal deaths and severe brain injuries could have had a different outcome with appropriate care in 2015 finds the Every Baby Counts report from the...
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08/11/2018 0 comments 252 views

Our Personal Injury Department is one of the foremost in the region and is currently looking for a candidate with 1-3 years PQE, in order to run a full and...
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25/10/2018 0 comments 84 views

Oscar Wilde wrote the play “The Importance of Being Earnest”, but the case of Darnley-v- Croydon Health Services NHS Trust (2018), reported in the legal press, on 11 October 2018,...
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22/10/2018 0 comments 133 views

It seems to be an accepted fact that our National Health Service is perpetually short of money. It can’t be denied that keeping up with increasing demands, innovative treatments, new...
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17/10/2018 0 comments 159 views

The Times reported on 9 October an award of £37 million pounds to a 6 year old boy who suffered a “catastrophic brain injury” This was after a delay by...
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08/10/2018 0 comments 127 views

At Ringrose Law we love cycling. We cycle in, sponsor and support a local cycling club. We take part in regular charity bike rides. We love the freedom it gives...
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04/10/2018 0 comments 86 views

Thank for you all your help with this matter. It has been an absolute pleasure dealing with you.
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16/08/2018 0 comments 130 views

A report in the Sunday newspapers told the tragic story of the death of Jake Stanley, a three year old who suffered a fatal cardiac arrest after being given seven...
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14/08/2018 0 comments 184 views

The Law Gazette recently reported that the number of clinical negligence claims are down, claimant legal costs are down and damages to Claimants are up. So where’s the problem with...
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14/08/2018 0 comments 169 views

APIL members and their firms are invited to get involved and support Injury Prevention Day 2018 this week (Wednesday 15 August). One of the association's key objectives is to prevent...
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