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Solicitors at "growing risk of claims" for...

Posted in Professional Negligence on 15th Aug 2019
There has been a sharp increase in the number of professional negligence actions arising from solicitors under-settling personal injury and medical negligence claims, according to a specialist barrister. Richard Beaty was featured on, explaining: “Publicly available and reliable market data for professional indemnity claims is scarce [but] there is growing perception amongst our insurer and professional clients that the under-settlement of personal and medical injury claims is on the rise.” Beaty added that the change in...

Pre-Breast Augmentation | The Must-Do Checklist

Posted in Medical Negligence on 27th Jun 2019
When making the major decision to go ahead with breast surgery, there needs to be sufficient preparation; both physically and in terms of other details. Breast augmentation is a very popular procedure but it is definitely not a routine operation. It involves several risks, such as the following: Bleeding; Infection; Adverse capsular contracture; Changes in feelings to the breast; Being able to feel or see implants under the skin; Implant failure; and Other reasons for re-operation It is important to note that, although these things can happen...

The Dangers of a Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

Posted in Medical Negligence on 13th Jun 2019
Having surgery is a big decision and commitment, which you’re likely to have deliberated about for a long time before deciding to proceed. When the surgery is completed and the desired outcome achieved, this can ultimately transform lives. Abdominoplasty, or ‘tummy tuck,’ procedures are usually carried out on those who have significant skin laxity, excess fat and separation of the muscles with a classic tummy tuck being the most common procedure. This is performed under general anaesthetic, however, it is not a simple surgical procedure. What could...

Sepsis: Fatal Dangers of Delayed Diagnosis

Posted in Medical Negligence on 13th Jun 2019
Sepsis is a life-threatening illness. The failure to diagnose and treat the serious condition at an early stage can (and does) have devastating consequences. It moves quickly and time is of the essence. It is therefore somewhat shocking that hospitals are still slow off the mark in identifying symptoms and treating accordingly, with a recent article from the BBC highlighting the issues at large. Sepsis develops when your body is fighting infection. The cause of the infection could be as innocuous as a cut on your finger or tummy bug. Chemicals in...
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