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Brain injury seminar at 12 King's Bench Walk

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Kym Provan attended a brain injury seminar at 12 King's Bench Walk. Here is an overview of the evening. More …

Westminster Healthcare Forum

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Kym Provan attended the Westminster Healthcare Forum. Here is an overview of the event and the highlights. More …

Medical Negligence and the Private Sector

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The case involving Ian Paterson, the doctor who was found guilty of 17 counts of wounding with intent for performing unnecessary cancer operations, has brought to light questions about the issues surrounding insurance and doctors practising in the private sector. More …

Maternity wards closed to expectant mothers 382 times last year in England

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Earlier this week, it was reported that 40% of maternity wards in England closed their doors to expectant mothers at least once in 2016. More …

Sepsis: A mother's tale

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Elizabeth O'Mahony's discusses her personal experience with Sepsis and how knowing the warning signs saved her one year old's life. More …

The advantages of having a nurse in your clinical negligence team

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Sam Ward discusses how being a nurse has helped in her role as a Clinical Negligence Advisor. Read more about Sam's role and how her knowledge and experience benefits clients looking to make a clinical negligence claim. More …

"Children deserve better protection" says specialist abuse lawyer

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Our specialist abuse lawyer, Malcolm Johnson, discusses supporting abuse victims who speak out against those with authority. More …

Infertility in clinical negligence cases

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Having a family of our own is a dream that so many of us have, often from a very early age. More …

More support needed for mental health patients

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Our expert Charlotte Allen explains why the Government and organisations need more training to support people who have mental health issues. More …

The importance of understanding vulnerable clients with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome

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Our expert, Malcolm Johnson, explores the responsibilities a lawyer has when working with a client who has Autism or Asperger's Syndrome and how they might cope during an abuse case. More …