Medical Negligence News - Davies & Partners
Bariatric Surgery Claims against North Bristol NHS TrustFriday, 18 June 2021 12:36
A recent story featured in the Bristol Post newspaper https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/mum-five-fearful-after-weight-5531982 has highlighted the distressing story of a mum-of-five who had complications following her weight loss surgery.
Sadly, this is not a one-off incident and Davies and Partners’ medical negligence specialist Sarah Hale is currently assisting a number of patients who have been injured as a consequence of the same surgical error.
Double Celebration for Suzanne WilliamsTuesday, 27 April 2021 11:17
Davies and Partners Solicitors’ Legal Director Suzanne Williams, has a double celebration, having received recognition in the prestigious Chambers and Partners directory 2021 and achieving reaccreditation on to The Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme.
Wales - Waiting list for NHS TreatmentFriday, 23 April 2021 14:14
Another disappointing report has emerged today that estimates half a million people in Wales are waiting for NHS treatment and it is unlikely that the backlog will be cleared within the next 5 years.
Hope that increased maternity funding will reduce medical negligence claimsFriday, 26 March 2021 11:04
Davies and Partners specialist medical negligence team welcome the news today that the Government is allocating the NHS an extra £95 million to improve maternity care in all areas of England.
This news follows a report by an independent midwifery expert, Donna Ockenden, into failings in maternity care at Shrewsbury & Telford NHS Trust which resulted in the avoidable death of numerous babies and mothers over a twenty-year period.
Concerns raised about ‘do not attempt resuscitation’ decisions during the Covid pandemic:Thursday, 18 March 2021 14:55
There have been further reports in the media today highlighting concerns over the use of ‘do not attempt resuscitation’ (DNAR) decisions being made by medical providers during the pandemic.
Two of Davies and Partners’ Leading Medical Negligence Specialists Re-accepted into prestigious Headway’s Legal DirectoryThursday, 18 March 2021 12:43
Two of Davies and Partners’ specialist medical negligence and personal injury lawyers Tracy Edwards and Lorna Lymer have been successfully re-accepted for inclusion in a specialist legal directory for Headway, the brain injury association.
Devon out-of-hours GP service rated inadequateThursday, 18 March 2021 12:26
BBC News today reported that Devon’s out-of-hours GP service has been rated “inadequate” and has been put into special measures by the health watchdog.
Medical Negligence Specialist Rachel Bowen Achieves Reaccreditation to the Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation SchemeTuesday, 15 December 2020 11:42
Davies and Partners Solicitor’s medical negligence specialist, Rachel Bowen, has gained reaccreditation to the prestigious Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme.
The Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation is a recognised quality standard for practitioners representing claimants in clinical negligence matters. The Law Society’s stringent rules require a formal application for reaccreditation every three years.
Legal Director Tracy Edwards, Achieves Reaccreditation onto Prestigious Law Society Clinical Negligence PanelThursday, 20 August 2020 11:51
Davies and Partners Solicitor’s Legal Director Tracy Edwards is celebrating receiving reaccreditation onto the prestigious Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Panel for the fourth time.
Tracy, who heads up the medical negligence and personal injury teams in the firm’s Birmingham office, has a wealth of experience, representing people who have suffered in complex catastrophic medical negligence and personal injury claims.
The NHS Breast Cancer Screening Scandal - AdviceThursday, 03 May 2018 13:41
NHS Breast Cancer Screening Scandal
Yesterday, Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt announced to parliament that for almost a decade, the NHS has been failing to invite women aged between 68 - 71 for breast cancer screening.
It is thought as many as 450,000 women aged between 70 - 79 could have been affected.