0151 645 0055 Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

Proving a medical negligence claim

  • Published: Friday February 18, 2022
  • Category: Claims Support
  • Tags: claims,

Although each case is investigated and looked into based on the individual experiences that you or your loved one has been through, in order to be successful in bringing a medical negligence claim, all claims have to fit within the structures of the law. Breach of Duty You will hear your lawyer talk about liability …

Fixed Recoverable Costs in Clinical Negligence Claims

  • Published: Thursday February 3, 2022
  • Category: Default
  • Tags: claims, Fixed-Recoverable-Costs,

As reported by The Law Society Gazette, this week the Department of Health revealed plans for a new regime of fixed recoverable costs in most clinical negligence claims valued up to £25,000. In a highly anticipated consultation, the government said that they are “committed to addressing the unsustainable rising costs of clinical negligence” by streamlining …

NICE Guidelines

  • Published: Friday January 28, 2022
  • Category: Default
  • Tags: NICE-Guidelines,

You may have heard of NICE Guidelines being referred to by doctors, nurses or practitioners when they are explaining a treatment plan and their reasons or by lawyers and medical experts when considering the standard of treatment provided. NICE stands for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.  The Guidelines they produce are the …

What is a “Never Event”

  • Published: Tuesday January 25, 2022
  • Category: Default
  • Tags: Never-Event,

At some point in most people’s lives, they will require hospital treatment of some kind, ranging from minor procedures to more serious and complex operations.  Naturally, this causes a lot of anxiety and worry given the risks associated with surgery.  Whilst it is understood some risks of surgery, known as recognised risks, must be accepted …

Spinal Problems: Cauda Equina Syndrome

  • Published: Wednesday December 15, 2021
  • Category: Default
  • Tags: cauda-equina-syndrome,

Spinal Problems: Cauda Equina Syndrome Cauda Equina affects the nerve roots that tail off from the spinal cord.  Symptoms of this syndrome can have a devastating and life changing impact.  Cauda equina syndrome is usually due to spinal disc damage that has been caused in the lower part of the spine called the lumbar region.  …

Older EntriesNext Entries »