We are highly experienced specialists in clinical negligence claims and understand that sometimes things can go wrong when you’ve been treated by the NHS.
We work hard to recover compensation for those affected by these mistakes and aim for results that drive change, so that no one else has to suffer in the same way.Read more
Unless you’ve been affected by stillbirth, many people will be surprised to learn that current legislation means there is no investigation by a coroner into a baby’s death. For many years there have been calls by campaign groups to change this, and in February, the Parliamentary Members Bill regarding Coroners’ Investigations into still births had its second reading.Read more
As the snow falls heavily across the UK in the grip of the ‘Beast from the East’, homeowners are busy digging out snow and creating neat pathways to their doors. Some neighbourly-spirited folk are even clearing the public footpaths and roads outside their house too.
But what if a visiting Postie (or anyone else for that matter) slips on your path and breaks their arm? What then? Could they sue youRead more
Once again, the East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) is making the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Speaking in the House of Commons last week, North Norfolk MP - Norman Lamb - raised a number of concerns about EEAST, after he met with a senior whistle-blower within the trust.Read more
Following a fatal accident there are a variety of legal avenues that enable families to not only understand the circumstances that resulted in their loved ones death, but to also seek compensation if another person is responsible for the accident.Read more
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).Read more