Legal Expenses Insurance & Medical Negligence Claims

Can insurance fund my medical negligence claim? The answer is yes, possibly. This is just one of the ways you could fund your medical negligence claim. What is Legal Expenses...


Compensation Claims For Delayed Diagnosis

It is possible to pursue a compensation claim for medical negligence where there has been a delay in diagnosis, this is provided that the delay which has occurred has caused...


Head Injuries Whilst Playing Football – What Are The Costs For Concussion Long-Term & Can I Make A Claim?

As well as an on-going debate about whether football associations and clubs are cautious enough when it comes to head injuries, there are growing fears that regular heading of a...


Access To & Reduction In Treatment For Non COVID-19 Patients

Due to the impact of the coronavirus on medical services up and down the country, it is having a significant impact on non coronavirus patients who could be at risk...


IICSA Publishes Its Report Into Child Sexual Abuse In Sports

The Independent Inquiry Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has now published its Report into Child Sexual Abuse in Sports, which describes the experiences of victims and survivors of child sexual abuse...


Care & Assistance Claims

Where there has been an injury sustained as a result of negligence or as the result of an accident, an injured person will be restricted in their day to day...


Carers Week 2020

Did you know, there are 6.5 million people in the UK who are carers? This week is Carers Week – an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the...


Spinal Fractures

Spinal injuries can vary from muscle strains, to wedge/compression fractures to serious spinal cord injuries. What is a spinal fracture? The spine is made up of multiple bones, nerves, muscles...


Personal Injury Protocol Extended For A Further Month Due To COVID-19

It has been confirmed by the Association of British Insurers that the personal injury protocol has been extended by another month due to the impact of the coronavirus and the...


ICU Protocols During COVID-19

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Government increased the number of intensive care unit (ICU) beds in anticipation of the rise in admissions to ICU departments. This has involved...


Whiplash Reforms – What Are They? When Will They Come Into Force?

The long awaited reforms to whiplash injuries were first proposed in 2015 and due to come into effect in April 2020 following a number of delays. In February 2020, it...


Royal Derby Hospital Investigating 136 Cases After Initial Review Revealed Gynaecology Consultant’s “Lapses In Care” Resulted In “Unnecessary Harm”

University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Trust, together with NHS England, have commissioned an independent external review of the care provided by an unnamed Gynaecology and Obstetrics Consultant. The...


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