27/11/20

Baby death “cover-ups”

We read this week about an inquiry report with regard to premature baby Elizabeth Dixon, who died just before her first birthday in 2001 following …

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PI Award
28/10/20

Richard Teare – Claimant Lawyer of the Year Finalist at the 2020 Personal Injury Awards

Congratulations to Richard Teare, Solicitor and Partner at Ringrose Law, who has been shortlisted for the Claimant Lawyer of the Year Award at the 2020 …

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medical law
15/09/20

Covid delays in treatment – can legal claims be made?

The Lincolnite reported on 1 September 2020 that United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has reduced its backlog of cancer patients after the coronavirus lockdown has been …

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Prescription claims
27/07/20

Paying a high price for lip service – What protection is there when lip (dermal) fillers go wrong?

Lip (dermal) fillers are an increasingly popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure, some would say, much encouraged by the prevalence of social media, “celebrity culture” and social …

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Brenda Gilligan - Solicitor at Ringrose Law
27/07/20

Record compensation for child severely disabled at birth highlights need for improvement and support in maternity care

The Independent newspaper reports (21 July 2020) on an award of £37 million pounds in compensation to a brain damaged boy in one of the …

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Medical assistance
13/07/20

Medical Interventions

An independent inquiry, led by Baroness Cumberlege, has concluded that hundreds of women and children suffered life changing and avoidable harm from three medical interventions. …

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Personal injury
11/06/20

Time Limits in Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Claims

Due to the UK lockdown, there is no surprise that there have been fewer accidents on the roads and at work, with many people making …

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Brenda Gilligan - Solicitor at Ringrose Law
01/06/20

Organ donation – literally a life- saving decision

On 20 May 2020 an important new law came into force. It is officially called the Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Act 2019 and details can …

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Brenda Gilligan - Solicitor at Ringrose Law
23/04/20

“Don’t stay away from A&E” says Lincolnshire hospitals boss after patient numbers fall

“Don’t stay away from A&E” says Lincolnshire hospitals boss after patient numbers fall He says the NHS is not just about COVID-19 It doesn’t seem …

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Brenda Gilligan - Solicitor at Ringrose Law
05/03/20

Form/Function; Function/Form. The Chicken/Egg of design

Our personal injury and medical negligence solicitors act for a number of severely disabled people following accidents or treatments that have gone wrong.  Many are permanent …

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24/02/20

Parents to receive guaranteed paid bereavement leave

The government plans to introduce legislation to provide parents who have lost a child with paid leave from work. The Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) …

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Personal Injury
23/01/20

The rising costs of Clinical Negligence claims in the NHS

The BBC this week carried yet another article on the rising cost of clinical negligence claims in the NHS, which the Department of Health describes …

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