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Witness appeal – Mr Khai Sing Lam, spinal surgeon at HCA’s London Bridge Hospital

I represent a client who has suffered life-changing injury following treatment in 2016 under the care of Mr Khai Sing Lam, a consultant orthopaedic and…

By Alex Dabek
Seeking justice and support for children: Nottingham NHS Trust's Maternity Care Apology

Today, 10 July 2023, we witness a significant moment for families affected by poor maternity care at Nottingham NHS Trust hospitals. The chair of the…

By Jo Chapman
Speaking up for patient safety: The importance of whistleblowing in NHS maternity care

For patient safety standards to improve, it is crucial that people on the ground can speak out openly and honestly about the problems they see.…

By Jo Chapman
NHS negligence – is it right to sue for compensation?

Most of us in the UK feel a particular sense of pride when it comes to the NHS. However, in those rare but regrettable circumstances…

By Alexandra Cain
Care Quality Commission considered shutting down East Kent maternity unit

It is really worrying to read headlines this morning that the Care Quality Commission considered shutting a maternity unit in East Kent in early 2023.…

By Claudia Hillemand
How to make a complaint to your healthcare provider

If you are not happy with the care you or a loved one has received, you are entitled to raise concerns or make a complaint.…

By Joshua Hughes
Urgent action needed to tackle shameful race discrimination in NHS maternity care

It is both shameful and unacceptable that in 2023, racism is resulting in poorer maternity care in the NHS. The Women and Equalities Committee, chaired…

By Caroline Klage
Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month 2023

March is ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. This campaign is really important for raising awareness about the disease, as according to statistics from Cancer Research UK,…

By Katie Lovick-Norley
Gross failings at Kettering General Hospital resulting in traumatic injuries for children

Kettering General Hospital (Kettering) has been accused of multiple failures in providing appropriate and safe medical care, within their paediatric emergency department (‘Skylark ward’), which…

By Jessica Nutting
Cervical Cancer and HPV screening: Have no fear, updates to the smear are here

Cervical Cancer Prevention week is the 23rd to the 29th January 2023 and aims to raise awareness of the risks of cervical cancer and help…

By Victoria Moore
Vascular conditions and avoidable amputations

Vascular conditions are complications within your circulatory system and therefore affect the vessels that carry blood around your body. There are many vascular conditions people…

By Victoria Moore
East Kent NHS Hospital Trust Maternity Care Crisis

The review into the maternity care crisis at East Kent NHS Hospitals Trust highlights yet again the need to genuinely and compassionately listen to and…

By Joshua Hughes
Concern for patients of Mr Mian Munawar Shah

It has been reported that up to 600 NHS patients are to be recalled in relation to treatment provided by Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Mian Munawar…

By Joshua Hughes
I need a carer – What should I do?

Following a catastrophic injury, it is very common for a person to need support that exceeds what their family and friends can provide. For someone…

By Rhiannon Daniel
Be afraid. Be very afraid

Is NHS Litigation Reform the beginning of the end of “full and fair compensation for all?” On 28 April 2022, the House of Commons Health…

By Jo Chapman
UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week 2022

This week marks UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week which runs from Monday 2nd – Sunday 8th May 2022. It is coordinated by The Perinatal…

By Hannah Travis
Parents’ concerns about maternity care must be heard and heeded

To improve maternity care, the Shrewsbury and NHS Trust maternity scandal highlights the need to genuinely and compassionately listen to, and act on, parents’ concerns.…

By Joshua Hughes
The value of case management and why it should not be underestimated

Talking all things case management:- In this blog with Kerry Tomlinson from Integrated Case Management, we explore the value of case management and why it…

By Rhiannon Daniel
Patient Safety in Maternity Services

As a Child Brain Injury solicitor, I work closely with parents of children who have sustained devastating brain injuries at birth. Most of these parents…

By Sally Simpson
Gall Bladder and Bile Duct Injury – A Reader’s Digest

What is your gall bladder? The gallbladder is an oft forgotten part of the digestive tract. It is a small pear shaped organ, measuring approximately…

By Bolt Burdon Kemp
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