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Archive of: clinical negligence

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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Personal Injury Awards 2017

Morgan Jones Pett are delighted to be shortlisted for ‘Clinical Negligence Team of the Year’!

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Broken Hearted: clinical negligence cases involving heart surgery

The heart is the most important muscle in the human body. It works 24 hours a day and each day will beat about 100,000 times. Simon Bransby, a specialist clinical negligence lawyer at Morgan Jones Pett, looks at some of the procedures and problems that he encounters as part of his work.

WorldHeartDay - 29th September

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National Audit Office Report on Cost in Clinical Negligence Cases

The National Audit Office (NAO) has recently published its report into the financial implications of clinical negligence claims on the NHS, and the factors behind the well-publicised increase.

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Clinical Negligence involving Urological Conditions

At Morgan Jones Pett Solicitors, our lawyers have experience of dealing with different types of urological clinical negligence claims, from testicular cancer to vaginal mesh complications.

25th - 29th September is #UrologyWeek

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NHSLA Rebrand

The National Health Service Litigation Authority (NHSLA) are rebranding, what changes can we expect?

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Would I be able to claim for my injury in the future?

As a result of persistent lobbying by the insurance industry the Government will bring in legislation in October 2018, to restrict and reduce claims and cap the compensation payable for people who have been injured in road traffic accidents.

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