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Great North Run

  • Published: Monday September 20, 2021
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I did it! Last month I wrote about my training for the Great North Run on 12 September and now I am delighted to say, I did it!  It was a huge personal achievement for me and I am so proud to have raised £870 for the charity. The spectacle of the race in Newcastle …

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust issue apology to family of patient who tragically took his own life

  • Published: Friday September 10, 2021
  • Category: Medical negligence
  • Tags: mental-health,

As reported by BBC news, Joshua Sahota was admitted to the Wedgewood House Mental Health Unit in August 2019 following a decline in his mental health. At inquest, it was found that insufficient staffing levels, including failing to have a psychologist in post, contributed to Mr Sahota sadly taking his own life on 9 September 2019. It was also found that there …

London Marathon for Headway

  • Published: Wednesday September 1, 2021
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  • Tags: Headway, London-Marathon,

On 4th October 2021 I will be running the London Marathon for clinical negligence specialists, Graystons Solicitors in support of the Headway, the UK’s leading national charity which is dedicated to promoting the understanding of all aspects of brain injury. Headway also provides support and services to individuals and families of those who have suffered …

Delay in diagnosis of Bowel Cancer at Blackpool Victoria Hospital

  • Published: Tuesday August 31, 2021
  • Category: Medical negligence
  • Tags: delay-cancer-diagnosis,

During August 2021 the Blackpool Gazette reported that ‘only one in seven people urgently referred to Blackpool Teaching Hospitals Trust with suspected bowel cancer received a diagnosis or an all clear within four weeks’. A new NHS target is being introduced to get 75% of all suspected cancer patients a diagnosis within four weeks. However, …

Time limits in clinical negligence claims – The 3 Year Limit

  • Published: Tuesday August 24, 2021
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When an individual has suffered potentially negligent treatment, the law sets time limits which indiviudals need to abide by to investigate and issue court proceedings. This is to ensure that no person is prejudiced by evidence which could be more difficult to prove or disprove with the passage of time. Individuals are permitted 3 years …

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