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Whose fence is it anyway?

With Storm Ciara having already caused plenty of damage and Storm Dennis on its way, it looks like we’re all braced for a difficult few days of weather. These storms...

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A new lease of life for our Gloucester Road office

We ended 2019 with the relocation of our Horfield office further down the road to neighbouring suburb, Bishopston. Having been a part of the BS7 community for over 40 years,...

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Case study: failure in care provided by psychiatric unit

Our client’s husband had a history of anxiety and Bipolar Disorder type 2. He left his psychiatric facility without an escort, against the advice of the treating Psychiatrist. He later...

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Parental bereavement leave and pay: government response

Yesterday, 23rd January 2020, the Government announced that any employee who loses a child under the age of 18, or suffers a stillbirth after 24 weeks of pregnancy, will be...

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Weighing the cost: why the human cost of clinical negligence is more important than the bill

In an article published today by the BBC, it is suggested that NHS England “faces paying out £4.3bn in legal fees to settle outstanding claims of clinical negligence”. The article...

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Case study: delayed diagnosis of haemochromatosis lead to liver cancer

Our medical negligence team acted on a fatal case involving the delayed diagnosis of haemochromatosis leading to cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer. The claim was initiated by Mr...

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Case study: £40,000 settlement for delay in treatment for heart failure

Our clients got in touch with us following the sudden death of their father due to a hospital’s mismanagement of his illness. Our clients’ father had a chest X-ray which...

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Case study: failure to spot pregnancy in young mother with brain tumour

We acted on behalf of a young mother who had an inoperable, terminal brain tumour which she was undergoing treatment for. She had told the hospital doctors who were treating...

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Case study: cardiac arrest after ‘low risk’ diagnosis

We acted on behalf of a 32 year-old woman who had a history of myocardial infarction. She awoke with chest pain and, given her pregnancy and history of heart problems,...

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Can I claim if I was cycling without lights?

At this time of year, the mornings and evenings are darker and the weather just that little bit more treacherous. Whether it’s a New Year’s resolution to exercise more and...

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What to do after a loved one dies

Losing a loved one can be not only emotionally difficult but stressful in terms of knowing what you need to do next regarding registering the death and sorting out any...

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Hello Bishopston!

In December, we made the move further down Gloucester Road to our brand new office at number 60. We’re only a few minutes’ walk from our old Horfield office at...

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