Personal Injury Medical Negligence

27/07/2020 0 comments 213 views

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 largest maternity negligence claims the...
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23/07/2020 0 comments 101 views

With periodical payments, if someone doesn’t live as long as expected, the Defendants do not have to pay periodical payments for as long as they budgeted for, so they save...
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22/07/2020 0 comments 80 views

One of the dilemmas we have with advising our clients on the form of their compensation once a case reaches settlement is do they go for the independence and finality...
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13/07/2020 0 comments 154 views

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. The three medical interventions are:...
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02/07/2020 0 comments 167 views

An employer can be held responsible for the actions of their employee, if such actions were committed ‘during the course of their employment’. This is known as vicarious liability. A...
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01/07/2020 0 comments 270 views

With travel restrictions easing and holiday destinations such as Spain reopening to tourists following the effects of the global pandemic Coronavirus, many of us will be starting to look forward...
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25/06/2020 0 comments 236 views

The Country went into lockdown with no real preparation and no real warning. The weekend before, life was simply a normal early Spring weekend but by the following weekend, we...
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23/06/2020 0 comments 224 views

At the peak of lockdown, the number of cars on the roads saw a similar figure to that of 1955 levels. People were simply not leaving the house and therefore,...
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19/06/2020 0 comments 180 views

As medical negligence and personal injury lawyers, we normally act for individuals who have been directly injured in an accident or by negligence in medical treatment.  These are called “primary...
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11/06/2020 0 comments 200 views

Here at Ringrose Law, we have some very avid cyclist enthusiasts, and so I am sure that they will be all ears in respect of Chris Heaton-Harris, the Cycling Minister’s...
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