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Medical Negligence and the coronavirus pandemic

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Sarah Jones, Senior Associate in our Medical Negligence team discusses whether practitioners should be provided with immunity from negligence during the coronavirus pandemic. Contact Sarah on 0345 209 1601.

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Private medical care and patient safety

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A look into the case of Ian Peterson and the poor patient safety (now under scrutiny) in the private hospital/ medical sector.

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Service of a claim by email – time for a change in the rules?

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In Chehaib v King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Others [2024] EWHC 2 the claimant failed to have its claim survive against one of three defendants after attempting to serve that defendant by email without permission contrary to CPR Practice Direction 6A.

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Birth Trauma Injury Report – Listen to Mums: Ending the Postcode Lottery on Perinatal Care

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Vanessa Harris comments on the recent birth trauma injury report – Listen to Mums: Ending the Postcode Lottery on Perinatal Care and discusses the themes and outcome of the report.

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Case Study: Paul, Polmear and Purchase.

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Our medical negligence and personal injury team discuss a recent judgement handed down by the Supreme Court about secondary victims

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Should I sue the NHS?

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Over recent years, it has become clear that the NHS is in crisis with over 350,000 people waiting over a year for treatment and with cancer waiting times for 2023 in England being the worst on record.

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Can fathers claim for psychiatric injury following stillbirth?

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A “secondary victim” is someone who suffers psychiatric injury solely as a result of witnessing the injury or risk of harm to another person. Fathers and birth partners may in some circumstances fall into the category of “secondary victim”.

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Steps for navigating a stillbirth or neonatal death case

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If you have questions or concerns about how your baby died and whether the stillbirth or neonatal death could have been avoided, then we are here to help.

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Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board

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In October 2018 a report was commissioned to investigate maternity services at Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board following concerns raised regarding safety within the maternity units of the Royal Glamorgan Hospital and Prince Charles Hospital.

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