Time Limits In Medical Negligence Claims

How long do you have to make a medical negligence claim? Under the Limitation Act 1980, there is generally a three year time limit to make a claim in medical...


Misdiagnosed Meningitis – Making A Compensation Claim

What is meningitis? Meningitis is a potentially fatal illness that causes the meninges, tissues, surrounding the spinal cord and brain to swell. Meningitis can be caused by viruses and around...


World Sepsis Day 2020

World Sepsis Day is on 13th September 2020 and aims to raise awareness about sepsis. Every year, sepsis accounts for roughly 11 million deaths globally, yet despite this, depending on the...


Making A Personal Injury Claim

If you have been injured as a result of an accident, and you believe you have a legal claim because someone is at fault for the accident, then you should...


Funding For Representation At Inquests – An Overview

At Nelsons, our team of expert medical negligence claims solicitors recognise that for most people, having to face the challenge of attending an Inquest into the death of a loved...


Making A Medical Negligence Compensation Claim On Behalf Of Someone Else

If you want to bring a claim for compensation, usually you have to do this yourself. But there may be circumstances which prevent someone being able to do this, especially...


Clinical Negligence Covid-19 Protocol

On 14th August, a new Protocol was agreed between NHS Resolution (NHSR), Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) and the Society of Clinical Injury Lawyers (SCIL) for clinical negligence claims as...


What Can I Claim For In A Personal Injury Claim?

If a personal injury claim is successful, you will be able to seek to recover compensation to reflect your injuries.  General damages Damages for the actual pain, suffering and loss...


Common Personal Injury Claim Myths

There seems to be a lot of confusion and misunderstandings when it comes to personal injury claims. At Nelsons, our expert Personal Injury team regularly hear concerns and receive questions...


APIL Injury Prevention Week 2020 – Road Safety For Pedestrians

The not-for profit organisation representing injured people, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), is promoting road safety for pedestrians as part of their Injury Prevention Week 2020, which takes place this...


One Year Left To Make An Application Under The Same Roof Rule

Victims of violent crime who were previously denied compensation under the ‘same roof’ rule have less than one year to make fresh applications for financial redress. What is the same...


Independent Medicines And Medical Devices Safety Review Release “First Do No Harm” Report

On 8th July, the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review released its “First Do No Harm” report. The report was based on a two year review of testimonies from...


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