Medical Negligence

11/06/2020 0 comments 129 views

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 less journeys and many now...
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01/06/2020 0 comments 100 views

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 be found here:   http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2019/7/contents/enacted It...
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23/04/2020 0 comments 173 views

“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 long since we wrote about...
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05/03/2020 0 comments 365 views

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 wheelchair users. Whilst there are...
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24/02/2020 0 comments 208 views

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) Act 2018 as it will...
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23/01/2020 0 comments 333 views

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 as “unsustainable”, with others calling...
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15/11/2019 0 comments 415 views

The Lincolnite carried an article this week (14 November 2019) reporting that the United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has had to issue an apology after the Trust’s Accident & Emergency Department...
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06/09/2019 0 comments 476 views

The Daily Mail has reported in an exclusive article on 28 August 2019 that sepsis deaths in 28 NHS trusts are higher than predicted.  You can read the full article...
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26/07/2019 0 comments 746 views

The Lord Chancellor, David Gauke MP, has announced the new discount rate to be applied to personal injury and clinical negligence damages. Lawyers for both Claimants and Defendants have been...
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25/07/2019 0 comments 729 views

In an article in the Law Gazette on the 8 July 2019, Lord Falconer of Thoroton, (who was a Lord Chancellor in Tony Blair’s government), raised queries about plans being...
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