Mr Y had been taking medication for atrial fibrillation when he suffered a stroke. It was later discovered that his medication had been prescribed at a sub-therapeutic dose. Mr Y was a very active…
Articles by ‘Lucy Norton’
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…
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. E suffered from urinary retention and…
Lucy Norton, a specialist solicitor in the field of acquired brain injury, explains what you need to know when it comes to brain tumours.
When Ian Pearce’s father had a stroke in 2017, his life was thrown in a completely new direction. Nothing can prepare you for an injury to a loved one, but the aftermath can be equally difficult. For Ian, though, it proved an inspiration to change the way we approach neuro-rehab.
For so long, questions have been asked about what the options are for children with Erb’s palsy and if ‘one size fits all’. Each case is different. Each person is different. Each case has different circumstances. This needs to be taken into account before any treatment is considered.
Just a day after blue Monday, we all need a reason to be cheerful which is why I’m smiling at National Hug Day.
Erb’s palsy injuries cause weakness or paralysis of the affected arm, resulting in varying degrees of impairment. However, there are ways in which this can be treated through therapeutic exercises.
In honour of Erb’s Palsy Awareness Week, Lucy Norton from our specialist compensation team talks here about the two aspects of her job as an Erb’s palsy solicitor – part compensation, part inspiration.
What is it like to live with the complications of meningitis infection? Specialist solicitor Lucy Norton takes a look at how the infection causes disability and what it’s like to live with.
Judith Leach of RWK Goodman, assisted the husband of a woman, J, in a claim against The Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.