Medical Negligence Law Blog

Find out more about our Medical Negligence & Personal Injury Services.

25 July 2017

Kingsley Napley Clinical Negligence team attends the RDA National Championships

Bridget Hughes, Kirsty Allen, Suzanne Farg and I attended the Riding for the Disabled Charity’s National Championships last weekend, at Hartpury College. Kingsley Napley were one of the proud sponsors of the event and we went along with open minds and a sense of intrigue about what to expect. 

Laura Sylvester

24 July 2017

Types of Spinal Cord Injury: An Overview

Over the past few weeks our blogs have looked at spinal and back anatomy and the common causes of spinal cord injury.  This blog looks at the types of spinal cord injury that can occur and provides a summary of the 6 clinical syndromes all of which present in a slightly different way.

Richard Lodge

17 July 2017

Spinal Injury and Sports/sporting injuries

Through the implementation of better health and safety standards in sport, there has been a decrease in the number of spinal cord injuries sustained during sports such as American football, rugby, motor sports and equestrianism.

Laura Sylvester

11 July 2017

All change! LCCCP becomes CPotential (and hosts a wonderful CPotential Constellation Event)

I was delighted to attend the CPotential Constellation Event event, held at the Mercers’ Hall in the City of London. We were welcomed by CEO Jo Honigmann, who explained that the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy has changed its name to  CPotential.  

Kate Rohde

10 July 2017

Spinal Injury and Road traffic accidents (RTAs)

Road traffic accidents are the second largest cause of spinal cord injury in the UK.  Many of you reading this blog may be a victim of spinal cord injury or know somebody who has sustained a spinal injury as a result of a road traffic accident.  Kingsley Napley have acted for many clients who have sustained spinal cord injuries as a result of road traffic accidents.  Part of our job is to represent the interests of our clients and to help them obtain compensation for the injuries they have sustained.  However, more importantly our job is also to ensure that our clients are receiving the treatment and rehabilitation that they need to make as full a recovery as possible to enable them to lead an independent life.

Skip to content Home About Us Insights Services Contact Accessibility