Colin Griffiths died from complications of a vaccine which he should never have been given. The nurse misheard his response to a key question about his medical history and erroneously approved him receiving…
Articles by ‘Lucy Crawford’
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.
£3,000 compensation recovered from North Bristol NHS Trust for pain and suffering caused by a three month delay in correctly diagnosing spinal subluxation.
Lucy Crawford and Faye Marks from our Medical Negligence team explain why the theme of World Patient Safety Day 2020 is so important in the UK.
Lucy Crawford offers an update on the latest findings from a report into East Kent Hospitals Trust’s maternity care.
Lucy Crawford from our Medical Negligence team highlights one charity from Oxfordshire that helps people to cope with loss by creating a sense of community – here’s how you can help them.
You may have seen a lot about East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust in the news, but what actually happened and what is the Government aiming to do about it? Lucy Crawford explains.
When proceeding with a claim for the death of someone close to you, it can be difficult to understand when a claim can also be made for a secondary victim. Here, Lucy Crawford from our fatal claims team explains.
Lucy Crawford from our Medical Negligence team talks about her experience of having a baby prematurely.
Pre-eclampsia, and complications resulting from it, can be fatal to unborn babies. Here, Lucy Crawford tells of her own experience of HELLP syndrome in the hope that it will help expectant mums spot the signs of pre-eclampsia.
Lucy Crawford from our fatal claims and inquests team helps you to understand how solicitors can assist when a loved one dies of sepsis.
The inquiry into Gosport War Memorial Hospital has now reached its verdict. Here, Lucy Crawford from our inquest and fatal accident team asks how the scandal might have happened, and what could be done to set things right.