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Archive of: clinical negligence

Death Arising from Medical Negligence

Losing a loved one if always difficult, but to lose someone because of negligent medical treatment can be devastating and brings with it an added layer of distress to cope with. Morgan Jones Pett Partner, Sara Westwood, an experienced medical negligence solicitor writes about her experiences and shares her view on the current law.

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Five of the most common clinical negligence claims in the UK.

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.

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Change is on the way for inquests to be held into stillbirths

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.

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Fundamental Dishonesty – Why would you?

Morgan Jones Pett lawyer, Simon Bransby, writes about fraudulent injury claims and asks, why would you?

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Personal Injury Glossary

We’ve created a helpful glossary that explains legal jargon in personal injury and clinical negligence claims.

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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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