Disability

3 December 2019

Unequal Healthcare for Patients with Learning Disabilities

BBC News recently featured a video highlighting one family’s struggle to ensure that the avoidable death of their loved one, Paul Ridd, never happens again. Paul Ridd’s death in 2009 at Swansea’s Morriston Hospital was found by an inquest to have been contributed to by the hospital’s neglect.

Eleanor Lynch

17 October 2019

World Cerebral Palsy Day 2019

6 October 2019 saw World Cerebral Palsy (CP) Day.  The World Cerebral Palsy Initiative describes the purpose of this day as raising awareness and celebrating the achievements of those with CP, as well an opportunity to seek solutions to everyday problems and more.

Suzanne Farg

25 July 2018

Settlement of Medical Negligence Claims

As solicitors who represent seriously injured children and adults in clinical negligence claims, we are aware that, while Claimants need access to compensation, they may be worried by the prospect of a trial. 

Suzanne Farg

11 January 2018

Meningitis C Vaccine – Should the Government change the vaccination age?

Meningitis is a life-threating infection. It strikes very quickly and unless it is treated promptly there can be devastating consequences including death, severe brain damage, loss of hearing and vision, and when septicaemia (blood poisoning) also occurs, which is often the case, this can lead to amputation of limbs. 

Sevim Ahmet

13 December 2017

CPotential’s Inaugural Gala Dinner: another great event

CPotential’s inaugural fundraising gala dinner took place at the Bloomsbury Ballroom in London.  My colleague, Kate Rohde, and I went along as guests of their CEO, the indefatigable Jo Honigman.  

Bridget Hughes

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