NHS

17 August 2018

Dr Bawa-Garba – the Impact on Patient Safety

On Monday the Court of Appeal reinstated Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba to the medical register after she was struck off earlier this year following her criminal conviction for gross negligence manslaughter in 2015. 

It is a case which has garnered considerable interest and raised significant concerns amongst the medical profession, particularly junior doctors, who feel that Dr Bawa-Garba was unfairly made a scapegoat for systemic failings within the NHS.

Punam Sood

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. 

19 July 2018

Mediation is a win for all in clinical negligence

Richard Lodge makes a strong argument for mediation and the benefit to victim patients, NHS Trusts and GP practices and the lawyers involved on both sides.

Richard Lodge

2 May 2018

Brain damaged girl wins record £19 million award – what next?

News broke this morning that the NHS awarded a nine year old girl £19 million compensation.

Diva Shah

7 February 2018

Medical Mistakes

In 2015 Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was convicted of manslaughter by gross negligence following the death of 6 year old Jack Adcock, who had been a patient in Dr Bawa-Garba’s care at the Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2011.  

Terrence Donovan

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