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Brain Injury
Where are the midwives?

“There are many occasions when there are not enough midwives on shift”[1]– What does this mean for pregnant women? I recently had the opportunity to…

By Claudia Hillemand
Child Abuse
Britain's 'worst ever' child grooming scandal exposed: Hundreds of young girls raped, beaten, sold for…

By Dino Nocivelli
Child Abuse
Child sexual abuse inquiry considers Jehovah's Witnesses UK investigation

By Kathleen Hallisey
Medical Negligence
The trial of a rogue doctor

By Olivia Boschat
Medical Negligence
Update on Government Scheme for Birth Injury cases

The government has proposed the Rapid Resolution and Redress Scheme for Severe Avoidable Birth Injury [1] for families who have experienced severe and avoidable birth…

By Sezan Taner
Military Claims
COMMENT: MoD Equipment Failure Putting Soldiers At Risk

By Ahmed Al-Nahhas
Child Abuse
Crewe Alexandra's refusal to accept any Barry Bennell blame beggars belief

By Dino Nocivelli
Brain Injury
New WHO guideline to make childbirth a positive experience

By Bolt Burdon Kemp
Military Claims
Combat Stress helpline to be funded by the Ministry of Defence

Combat Stress and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) have announced a new partnership to provide an out-of-hours mental health helpline to service personnel. The charity,…

By Hannah Swarbrick
Child Abuse
The duty of care towards those dealing with horrific cases

By Jonathan Wheeler
Child Abuse
Man City and Crewe under mounting pressure to make public apologies to Barry Bennell victims

By Dino Nocivelli
Put your own house in order, claimant lawyers tell NHS as fixed fees near

By Jonathan Wheeler
It’s the NHS that needs fixing, not the negligence costs

By Jonathan Wheeler
Military Claims
COMMENT: How 'Flexible' Can The UK's Armed Forces Be?

By Rhicha Kapila
Trust me I’m a doctor? The rise in misdiagnosis claims

Whether it’s chest pains, a constant cough or intense back pain, when most of us get ill we turn to the medical profession for a…

By Joshua Hughes
Neil Borgeat, 4th Boxmoor Cub Scout Leader & Emerald Vale Football Coach, Jailed for Sexual…

Siobhan Crawford, Associate Solicitor in the Child Abuse team at Bolt Burdon Kemp, reports. Former cub scout leader at the 4th Boxmoor Cub Scout troop…

By Siobhán Crawford
Military Claims
'My children keep asking how their dad died': Mum's pain as Army refuses to reveal…

By Rhicha Kapila
Child Abuse
A bill the NHS cannot afford

By Jonathan Wheeler
Accident Claims
How does your area rate for medical blunders? Map shows the worst places for misdiagnosis…

By Joshua Hughes
Medical Negligence
York NHS Trust pays out more than anywhere else for diagnosis failures – £4.7m last…

By Joshua Hughes

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