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Opinion  |  21:03:22
How to best prepare for Mother’s Day if you’re grieving
Ali Cloak gives some tips to prepare for Mother's Day following a bereavement.
Opinion  |  12:01:22
A welcome change: more families now entitled to public funding for representation in Article 2 inquests
From today, the 12 January 2022, it will be easier for families to secure public funding for legal representation in relation to the inquests into the death of a loved one in many cases.
Opinion  |  08:12:21
Resources and support available to the bereaved
Ali Cloak details some of the support available from organisations specialising in helping people following a bereavement.
Opinion  |  02:12:21
Why RWK Goodman supports National Grief Awareness Week 2021
RWK Goodman are proud to be supporting National Grief Awareness Week 2021. We hope to encourage others to talk about their stories and remind people of the resources available to help them in the aftermath of the death of a loved one.
Opinion  |  18:11:21
Why RWK Goodman supports Children’s Grief Awareness Week 2021
RWK Goodman are proud to be supporting Children’s Grief Awareness Week 2021 and strive to support those children, young people and their families who are affected.
Opinion  |  08:11:21
HSIB reports – Maternal death: Learning from maternal death investigations during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic
HSIB have released a collection of reports, the “Maternity National Learning Reports”, regarding maternity units, expectant mothers and newborn babies.
Candle light
Opinion  |  15:10:21
Baby loss awareness week 2021 – one mother’s story of the loss of her newborn baby
Baby loss awareness week takes place for the 19th year between 9-15 October 2021 with a request to light a candle between 7-8pm on 15th October in remembrance of all babies lost to us in pregnancy or infancy. We are asked to create a wave of light and to post photographs or memories on social media of babies lost to parents and families.
Opinion  |  04:06:21
It’s time for the bereavement damages postcode lottery to end – we’re hoping APIL’s latest campaign will help
Following research by APIL into the postcode lottery of statutory bereavement damages in the United Kingdom, Ali Cloak shares hers and our wider team's views on the current state of compensation for a bereavement.
Case Study  |  01:06:21
Compensation secured for family of grandfather who died due to negligent care in hospital
Loved ones of Mr S have received compensation as part of an out-of-court settlement agreed with Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust.
Case Study  |  24:05:21
Ali Cloak acts for family bereaved by avoidable sepsis death
In October 2018, our client Mr C attended the Emergency Department of the Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in Lancashire, having called an ambulance after he woke up with slurred speech.
Opinion  |  06:04:21
How one bereavement support charity has helped people cope during lockdown
Lucy Crawford explains how a bereavement support charity local to her has been continuing to help people during the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns.
Case Study  |  12:11:20
Successful fatal claim for delayed treatment of aortic stenosis
A case was brought by the daughter of T – a relatively elderly lady who suffered from aortic stenosis.
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