Do advances in AI diagnosis of breast cancer represent a revolution in medicine, or are they something to be concerned about? Rosie Hodgetts, a specialist from our Medical Negligence department, thinks the answer is somewhere in between.
Articles by ‘Rosie Hodgetts’
As the festive season approaches, awareness of the risks of drink driving come to the forefront of our minds, not least due to an increase in adverts highlighting how, if we drink and drive, we may end up arrested, injured or possibly even dead. Fortunately, the majority of us do think twice about how we intend to travel home after meeting friends or loved ones for a drink or two.
Rosie Hodgetts, a specialist in claims involving cancer misdiagnosis, takes a look at a new technological development which could help people who have developed melanoma.
It is no secret that health services in the UK are under enormous pressure. We regularly hear how hospital departments are struggling to cope with the demands of the nation, but is the use of artificial intelligence (AI) a solution or would it simply compound the problem?
The legal landscape is evolving as a direct result of our Government’s legal reforms. Further changes, although currently delayed, are on the horizon for Personal Injury law, but the implications will be felt by many. These changes will be disastrous, and the public’s path to justice will not be an easy one.
Solicitor Rosie Blacker writes about recent research which suggests that lives could be saved if the early warning signs of heart attacks are more routinely picked up.
On 13 April 2015, the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 came into force. Among its clauses, at section 57, there is a new provision which is relevant to personal injury claims. A claimant may now face having their entire claim for compensation struck out if they are found to have been fundamentally dishonest. But what does this mean and will it affect how personal injury claims are run?
Rosie Blacker, solicitor in our Personal Injury team, summarises road safety tips for both drivers and cyclists.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and NFU Mutual have both raised concerns about the worrying lack of safety on farms and the industry’s poor record of managing risk. But where can British farmers find help when they have an accident or are suffering financial hardship?
Over recent weeks the nation may have been glued to the rugby but, how much notice is being paid to the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury in sport and how aware is the nation of this silent epidemic?