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8 08, 2017

Is Mediation a Good Move for Claimants Pursuing a Clinical Negligence Claim? 

By | August 8th, 2017|Clinical Negligence|Comments Off on Is Mediation a Good Move for Claimants Pursuing a Clinical Negligence Claim? 

Before we dive into the detail of the pros and cons of mediation,  and whether it will help your own clinical negligence claim, let's understand the main issues:- 1) What does mediation mean 2) Where does mediation 'fit' in a claim 3) What is involved in mediation 4)  The major [...]

7 08, 2017

Will my doctor say “sorry” to me in my clinical negligence claim?

By | August 7th, 2017|Clinical Negligence|Comments Off on Will my doctor say “sorry” to me in my clinical negligence claim?

As a claimant in a potential or a current clinical negligence claim you will probably be looking for many answers when something has gone wrong. You have probably asked for some answers already and may have faced resistance or maybe you have hit a brick wall. Our clients at Truth [...]

26 07, 2017

Should I Accept a Pre-Medical Settlement Offer?

By | July 26th, 2017|Clinical Negligence|Comments Off on Should I Accept a Pre-Medical Settlement Offer?

So, you’ve received an offer to settle your personal injury claim. And yet you haven’t been to any medical examinations. You have received what’s called a ‘pre-medical offer’. In many ways, this is good news. After all, it is an offer to settle your claim from the people you are [...]

20 04, 2017

Diabetes: Mismanagement of Care, Late Diagnosis and Amputations

By | April 20th, 2017|Alchemy Law Solicitors, Andrew Gray, Clinical Negligence|Comments Off on Diabetes: Mismanagement of Care, Late Diagnosis and Amputations

Poor medical care in the management of patients suffering from diabetes can lead to complications which at the most severe level can result in limb amputations, most usually of the foot. Where there has been poor management, leading to severe consequences for the diabetes sufferer, including amputation, it may be [...]

24 03, 2017

Why You Shouldn’t Feel Guilty About Making A Claim For Clinical Negligence When the NHS Gets It Wrong

By | March 24th, 2017|Andrew Gray, Clinical Negligence|Comments Off on Why You Shouldn’t Feel Guilty About Making A Claim For Clinical Negligence When the NHS Gets It Wrong

The NHS is a highly emotive topic of conversation these days and a political ‘hot potato’. Hugely underfunded or hugely mismanaged? People’s views on this tend to be swayed by their political persuasion, although what is surely clear to everyone, regardless of politics, is that the Health Service is in [...]

25 01, 2017

The NHS Litigation Authority’s New Mediation Scheme – What Should I Be Aware Of?

By | January 25th, 2017|Andrew Gray, Clinical Negligence, Switch Solicitors|Comments Off on The NHS Litigation Authority’s New Mediation Scheme – What Should I Be Aware Of?

At the start of December 2016, the National Health Service Litigation Authority (NHS LA) launched a new mediation service. Following a pilot scheme of just over two years, the service intends to open up a new way of resolving claims of clinical negligence, or other personal injury, made against the [...]

6 06, 2016

Botched surgery claim

By | June 6th, 2016|Andrew Gray, Clinical Negligence|0 Comments

I recently won a medical negligence claim for a client against a hospital, following a botched administration of an anaesthetic drug.  The circumstances of the negligence My client was a middle-aged woman who had been diagnosed with cancer. My client had to undergo surgery under the care of her oncologist. [...]