Wales Manager & Midfielder Criticised Following Head Collision Incident

The subject of head injuries and concussions in sport seems to be a reoccurring one at the moment. The topic came into focus again at the weekend in the Euro...


Beauty Treatments, Tattoos & Piercing Injury Claims

When receiving any beauty treatment, tattoo or piercing, it is important to be aware of any health risks that might be involved. Suffering an injury as a result of a...


The Taboo Of Pregnancy & Infant Loss – Let’s Talk About It

It is a taboo subject isn’t it, talking about early or late miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, termination on serious medical grounds, stillbirth or infant death? Here in the Clinical Negligence team...


Baby Loss Awareness Week 2019

Often completely unpreventable, sadly, the death of a baby is not a rare event. It can happen to anyone. Unfortunately, at Nelsons, we often see clients who have suffered the...


Birth Injury Claims

It might be the case that you experienced a very uneventful ‘textbook’ pregnancy, were perfectly healthy and expected that the delivery of your baby would be much the same. However,...


Funding A Medical Negligence Claim

If you have suffered an injury as a result of negligence by a doctor or hospital there are various ways in funding a medical negligence claim for compensation. Types of...


Concussions & Head Injuries In Sport

Injuries when participating in a sporting activity are nothing out of the ordinary but when it comes to head injuries, it is important to be fully aware of the risks...


The First World Patient Safety Day

Today, 17 September 2019, marks the first ever World Patient Safety Day, aimed at raising global awareness about patient safety and encouraging global solidarity and action. The establishment of this...


World Sepsis Day 2019

World Sepsis Day is on 13th September 2019 and aims to raise awareness about sepsis. As part of this important day, we are focusing on sepsis in our medical negligence...


NHS Paying Hundreds Of Thousands In Compensation Every Week For Pressure Sore Claims

It has been reported this month that the NHS is paying out around £200,000 every week in compensation for claims brought by patients who have suffered pressure sores whilst in...


World Suicide Prevention Day

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day which looks to raise awareness of suicide and how it can be prevented. It calls on the Government to take action, do more to...


Sepsis – The Silent Killer

Sepsis is caused by your immune system responding abnormally to an infection and symptoms can include fever, chills, increased heart rate and nausea. Sepsis, if not successfully treated, can lead...