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9 October 2020

National investigation into fetal heart rate monitoring (CTG) during labour

As specialist solicitors, we often act in clinical negligence cases where a child has suffered neurological injury (brain damage) because of problems during their birth.    

Suzanne Farg

29 July 2020

Lady Brownlie successful in the Court of Appeal

Brownlie v FS Cairo (Brownlie No.2)

The Court of Appeal has today handed down its judgment by a 2-1 majority has rejected the Defendant’s jurisdiction challenge in this case.  

Terrence Donovan

25 June 2020

Kidney Damage: Direct and Indirect Effects

There are many ways in which a kidney injury can occur, and whether a patient is under Hospital or GP care, it can have far reaching impact. In this blog I am going to look at both the direct and indirect consequences of compromised kidney function.

Bridget Hughes

22 June 2020

Living with a Spinal Injury

Sustaining a spinal injury is a life changing event.  A variety of symptoms can present.  For example, loss of limb function, sensory disturbance or loss of bowel and bladder function.  This makes it essential that an individual who has suffered a spinal injury accesses specialist medical and rehabilitative treatment as soon as possible to achieve the best possible outcome.

Richard Lodge

16 March 2020

Report reveals secrecy and fear in maternity unit in a Devon hospital

We heard from the BBC news today that a report that they had finally gained access to, revealed a lack of trust and low staff morale contributing to a series of problems in maternity care at North Devon Health Care NHS Trust between 2013 and 2018.  

Kate Rohde

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