Children

23 October 2015

Cerebral Palsy - what are the triggers for investigating a clinical negligence claim?

For many children and adults there is no connection between their cerebral palsy and the circumstances of their birth. For others there is a direct causal link, and for them, their injury may have been avoidable.  

Bridget Hughes

24 June 2015

Birth injury series - jaundice and kernicterus

Some birth injuries can be anticipated and with prompt and appropriate action serious injuries can sometimes be avoided. If a birth injury is sustained through lack of appropriate care it may be possible to make a clinical negligence claim for compensation.

The focus of this blog is Jaundice and Kernicterus and it is the third in our series of six birth injury blogs. 

This article first appeared in At Home Magazine

17 June 2015

Birth injuries series - Fetal distress

Some birth injuries can be anticipated and with prompt and appropriate action serious injuries can sometimes be avoided. If a birth injury is sustained through lack of appropriate care it may be possible to make a clinical negligence claim for compensation.

The focus of this blog is  fetal distress and it is the second in our series of six birth injury blogs. 

This article first appeared in At Home Magazine

5 March 2015

Can I litigate without publicity? - Anonymity in personal injury and clinical negligence claims

A recent Court of Appeal decision has made it easier for children and “protected parties” (adults who lack mental capacity to conduct their affairs) to have their identity protected when settling a claim for personal injury or clinical negligence. 

Suzanne Farg

2 April 2013

‘Systematic failings’ in acute paediatric care

Gareth McDonna and Katie Ebbs discuss a recent report in the failings in paediatric care.

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