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Opinion  |  24:03:23
Six congenital heart conditions parents might need to know about
Joachim Stanley, a specialist in cardiac negligence claims, explains some of the heart conditions that can arise in childhood and answers questions parents might covering.
Opinion  |  13:03:23
What is a cardiac lesion and can it be missed? What you need to know
In clinical negligence litigation, as in everything else, you can see trends emerge over time; history famously doesn’t repeat itself, but it tends to rhyme. Over the past few years, I have noticed a...
Case Study  |  09:03:23
Settlement for former ship fitter who developed mesothelioma
Mr S instructed Sarah Wolf, a specialist asbestos disease partner in our London office, having consulted the support group, HASAG, following his development of mesothelioma. He had been heavily exposed to asbestos as a...
Case Study  |  07:03:23
Over £1 million secured for stroke as a result of negligent hospital care
B was a healthy 27 year old when he was diagnosed with a severe flu virus. He became very ill and was admitted to ITU, and was in such a poor condition that he...
Case Study  |  07:03:23
Compensation secured for mum who suffered bladder damage during birth of second child
During E’s second pregnancy, she was confident that consultant led care would identify any complications. However, a series of errors led to her sustaining a permanent bladder injury.
Case Study  |  20:02:23
Successful claim for former Ewins Brothers and George Wimpey employee who developed asbestos-related disease
Roger Stevens was employed by Ewins Brothers (Contractors) Limited between 1972/73 and 1975/76. During his employment he worked on the construction of a council estate in Bognor Regis, building houses and flats. Mr Stevens...
Opinion  |  16:02:23
The impact of racism within NHS maternity care
Kerstin Scheel takes a look at how the NHS is addressing inequalities in maternity healthcare that have been raised in recent years.
Case Study  |  14:02:23
Inquest into prison death raises significant concerns over health provision and duty of candour
Ali Cloak and Holly Sumbler acted for a family in an inquest into the death of a man at HMP Lowdham Grange (referred to here as C), where the jury returned a conclusion of...
Case Study  |  06:02:23
Former Painter and Decorator with Mesothelioma receives Compensation and Payment of Future Private Treatment Costs
Mr W was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2021 after suffering from chest pain and undergoing a number of medical investigations. Following Mr W’s diagnosis he contacted RWK Goodman’s specialist asbestos disease team. Laura Wilkinson,...
Case Study  |  06:02:23
Family recover Compensation after former Ferrodo Employee Dies from Asbestos-related Lung Cancer
Mr G worked for Ferrodo Limited his entire life. He worked at the Chapel-en-le-Frith site between March 1959 and April 1995. Initially Mr G was employed as a factory operative, but later became a...
Case Study  |  02:02:23
Six-figure settlement for family of construction worker who died as a result of asbestos exposure
Mr P was diagnosed with Malignant Mesothelioma in February 2020, after suffering several months of increasing chest discomfort and breathlessness. He had worked for Taylor Woodrow Group, Sir Lindsay Parkinson and George Wimpey &...
Female medical professional explaining a brain injury diagnosis to patient
Opinion  |  01:02:23
The differences between Acquired and Traumatic Brain Injury
Stuart Brazington, a partner in our brain injury team, explains the differences between Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), including causes, symptoms and treatments.
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