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1 December 2016 |
A mother claims damages from a healthcare consultant she alleges did not warn of the pregnancy risks associated with her epilepsy treatment.
30 November 2016 |
A medical negligence solicitor responds to the news that two health boards offer poor maternity care and were blamed for childbirth injuries and deaths
15 November 2016 |
Geoffrey Simpson-Scott, Medical Negligence Partner at Simpson Millar, has published practical guidance for Clinical Negligence practitioners post-Jackson
8 November 2016 |
A man cut two of his own toes off after they turned gangrenous following a cancelled operation. Click through to read more of this gruesome tale.
24 October 2016 |
As the CQC publish their annual State of Care report, a medical negligence specialist explains how cuts in care budgets causes a strain to A&E departements
A midwife, whose medical negligence contributed to the death of a 9 day old baby, has been struck off.
19 October 2016 |
An interior designer died after her Sepsis symptoms were missed and left untreated by the hospital to which she was admitted after collapsing.
17 October 2016 |
A survey has found that the public have ranked the NHS as one of the biggest public concerns, a medical negligence specialist examines why this could be
14 October 2016 |
With Baby Loss Awareness Week supporting those affected by stillbirth and neonatal death, two MPs have shared their traumatic experiences of losing babies
12 October 2016 |
A recent survey reveals one of the major barriers to seeing a GP is being quizzed by a receptionist.
10 October 2016 |
With protestors opposing proposals to close maternity units, a medical negligence expert, and former midwife, explains the dangers of child birth.
3 October 2016 |
Every year 2000 bowel cancer tumours are missed. A medical negligence lawyer shares his experience of claiming compensation for an affected patient.
19 September 2016 |
18% of Cataract sufferers who have not yet had surgery would consider going abroad for treatment due to growing concerns about NHS funding.
16 September 2016 |
Sepsis – often, incorrectly, referred to as septicaemia – affects 150,000 people in the UK each year.
7 September 2016 |
A recent study has shown that patients operated on during the night were twice as likely to die as those undergoing daytime surgery.
30 August 2016 |
National Archive files reveal that a North Yorkshire Approved School sanctioned use of experimental drugs on children during the 1960s without consent.
25 August 2016 |
Allegations against a negligent dentist that caused the biggest NHS patient recall in history have been proven by the dental regulatory body
24 August 2016 |
A nurse has been struck off from her practice for posing a significant risk to patients. Simpson Millars medical negligence expert responds.
23 August 2016 |
With the use of telemedicine technology increasing, Ramune Mickeviciute looks at how its rise in usage could affect patients