medical negligence claims

Sterilisation Failure Claim

by emmadigirank April 11, 2013 Clinical medical negligence

Deciding to undergo a female sterilisation is not a decision to be made lightly as it is considered to be a permanent method of contraception. It is something that requires a lot of thought, and if you do choose to go ahead with the procedure, you should feel comfortable with the fact that your family […]

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The Intention and Corruption at the Heart of Medical Negligence

by James Ware April 2, 2013 Health Law

Medical wrongdoing has turned out some of the most outrageous cases of wrongful injuries in the history of law over the past few years. A hot button for both the injured as well as the justice-givers, unbelievable cases of medical negligence and malpractice have been exposed by the media to arouse public awareness, and hence, […]

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Medical Negligence ‘to Blame for Rising Rate of Stillbirths in UK’

by Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors January 27, 2012 Claims Solicitors

Medical negligence is one of the main reasons behind the high rate of stillbirths and deaths within a few weeks of life, a new report has suggested. According to the Guardian, a study carried out by charity Sands found that in 2010, 4,110 children were stillborn, while 1,850 died within the first couple of days […]

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