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What is an Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury? (OASI)

During childbirth it is extremely common for women to experience some degree of tear or graze.

Some women however, suffer more serious tears that are known as third and fourth-degree tears – ‘obstetric anal sphincter injuries’ (OASI).

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A&E: Patient safety is being compromised

Performance of ambulances in the East of England was the second worst in the country for the period 20th November - 31st December 2017.

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Tearing during childbirth

Last week the BBC reported that birth complications such as serious blood loss and severe tears can be twice as common in some hospitals.

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Medical Negligence Glossary

Morgan Jones Pett Solicitors are Highly Experienced Specialists in Medical Negligence Claims.

Here is a glossary of regularly used Medical Negligence terms.

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Morgan Jones Pett support bereaved family on pro-bono basis at an inquest.

This week (Monday 6th November to Saturday 11th November), is the 16th annual National Pro Bono Week. The aim of the week is to celebrate the breadth and impact of pro-bono work undertaken by the legal profession across the year, and to encourage further involvement and development.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is breast cancer awareness month. This blog by Simon Bransby, specialist injury lawyer at Morgan Jones Pett, discusses his recently concluded breast cancer clinical negligence case.

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Heart attack or stomach acid?

Clinical Negligence solicitor, Sara Westwood, explains the detrimental impact that failure to diagnose a heart attack can have on patients.


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Contaminated blood; where are we?

Just recently contaminated blood victims won the right to sue the Government over the handling of the affair. This blog, by Simon Bransby, a specialist clinical negligence lawyer at Morgan Jones Pett, explains where we are now.

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