CLINICAL & PROFESSIONAL
NEGLIGENCE EXPERTS
 

Year: 2016

Jun 13, 2016

Did the Junior Doctors Strike Affect Quality of Care?

Earlier this year 75% of junior Doctors voted in favour of walking out of their jobs and taking strike action. A question at the forefront of many people’s minds will be: Did the junior Doctors’ strikes mean that the quality of the NHS treatment deteriorated? Many officials believe that this is a definite possibility. Patients […]

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Bullying of Staff in Liverpool-based NHS Trust

An investigation of the Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust uncovered some shocking findings. Since 2011, there is mounting evidence of medical failure throughout the Trust. This is more than likely due to the oppressive culture of the Liverpool based trust. During the investigation, one patient revealed that his lung cancer had not been detected by […]

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Mar 18, 2016

“Never Events” and the NHS

At a time when the NHS is facing challenges with Government funding cuts and an ageing population, public support for this great institution is running high. Yet with 308 ‘never events’ taking place in England between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015, more still needs to be done to prevent them. A ‘never event’ […]

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Feb 26, 2016

Solicitor Fails to Comply With Court Orders

In some cases, clients who have made a claim and been represented by a Solicitor, have been let down by their Solicitors, often because the Solicitor have failed to comply with court orders. If this happens, a client should be aware of the potential consequences and what action they can take. The Civil Procedure Rules […]

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