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Medical negligence is a terrible thing to suffer through. We put our faith in medical professionals to provide a duty of care to us, when they fail in this, it can have devastating repercussions. From misdiagnosis, to negligent childbirth, and delayed diagnosis to negligent cosmetic surgery, the forms medical negligence can take are vast. If you or a loved one has suffered from clinical negligence, you are likely to have a claim for compensation.


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How No Win No Fee Solicitors Can Help With Birth Injury Claims

Posted in: Birth InjuryMedical Negligence

A new baby being born should be one of the most significant and special moment in a family’s life, so when something goes wrong during child-birth or pregnancy, the ramifications can be extremely serious.  On very rare occasions mother and baby can be hurt or injured due to medical negligence and in these cases it is wise to seek birth injury compensation if there is a personal injury case to answer.  Claim for Birth Injury Compensation – How Claims Work If you have been given poor treatment or poor diagnosis…

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Preventable medical mistakes investigation

Posted in: Medical Negligence

Preventable and serious medical mistakes, known as “never events”, have occurred in 1100 occasions since 2012, an investigation has revealed.  The term “never events” is used as the mistakes should never have happened and are considered entirely negligent.  The investigation discovered that one male patient had his testicle amputated instead of a cyst being removed from it.  A woman who was in hospital to have her appendix removed awoke to discover that her fallopian tubes had been removed instead.  Around 420 patients have had to have foreign objects removed from…

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Man dies following chest infection treatment

Posted in: Medical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

Coroner Mark Layton is writing to the chief executive of the Hywel Dda University Health Board to raise his concerns surrounding the death of 85-year-old Margaret Hiorns in 2013. Mrs Hiorns, who died at Llanelli’s Prince Phillip Hospital, suffered a blood clot after being treated for a chest infection. Her family brought into question her treatment, claiming that she had been administered blood-thinning drugs for too long a period.  The hospital originally rejected the claim. The coroner is writing to the board, however, to demand that patients be better monitored, especially when…

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Man dies from hospital-contracted Legionnaires

Posted in: Medical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

68-year-old Terry Brooks from Bath, died from Legionnaire’s disease contracted at the Royal United Hospital in July of last year, an inquest has heard. The inquest also heard that due to failings in the hospital’s system, the contamination had not been detected. The disease, which flourishes in water systems that are not kept hot or cold enough, is caused by the Legionella bacteria. Public Health England, who tested the water supplies at the William Budd ward of the hospital, as well as supplies at three other homes that Mr Brooks had visited…

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NHS trust ‘requiring improvement’

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Following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) into the practices of Five Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (FBPFT) it has been rated as ‘requiring improvement’.  The trust, that provides mental health and disability services in boroughs in the North West, has been found to be lacking in their risk assessment procedures in some areas. The services provided by the trust cover the towns of Knowsley, Warrington, Wigan, Halton and St Helens.  The Care Quality Commission’s deputy chief inspector of hospitals, Dr Paul Lelliott, stated that some of the…

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“Inadequate” services lead to special measures

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital, which was placed in special measures in September of 2014, will remain in special measures after inspectors from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found that although some improvements had been made, emergency services were still “inadequate”.  Hinchingbrook was the first NHS hospital to be run by a private company, Circle Health, who handed the hospital back to the NHS in April 2015. The inspectors, who carried out visits in October and November of last year, found that the Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust were implementing structural management changes,…

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Negligence allegations raised against surgeon

Posted in: Criminal Injury and AssaultMedical NegligenceNegligent Cancer Diagnosis

The General Medical Council (GMC) are investigating allegations that breast surgeon, Ian Paterson, unlawfully and maliciously wounded patients in 21 counts dating back to 1997.  Paterson, 58, of Castle Mill Lane, Ashley, Altrincham, was suspended by the GMC in 2012 and appeared at Birmingham magistrates’ Court where he did not enter a plea.  He will now appear at Birmingham’s crown court on 15 February where he will face one charge of causing grievous bodily harm and 20 of wounding with intent between 1997 and 2011. ‘inappropriate, unnecessary or unregulated operations’…

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£2m payout to sight loss victim

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A man has been awarded £2million in compensation after medical negligence caused him to lose his sight. 39-year-old Colin Fortune, from Saughall Massie, had already lost his sight in one eye, but when doctors failed to monitor and treat his other eye, he became blind. The father-of-four was at Arrowe Park Hospital for treatment to his left eye after losing the sight in his right in 2001 following a sports accident. Despite already having undergone an operation at Royal Liverpool Hospital when his sight began to deteriorate, it was not…

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Former HGV driver wins £225k compensation

Posted in: Medical NegligenceRoad Traffic AccidentsSpine & Back InjuriesWorkplace Injuries

A man has been awarded £225k in compensation after two GPs failed to spot the nerve damage that left him with limited mobility and in permanent pain. 54-year-old Martyn Wall, a former HGV driver from Marnhull near Sturminster Newton, suffered a back injury five years ago while repositioning road signs in a lorry. He suffered Cauda Equina Syndrome and irreversible nerve damage. Mr Wall blames his current condition on the two GPs that failed to recognise the severity of his injuries. He claims that the two Dorset GPs that saw…

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Child awarded £11.5m in compensation

Posted in: Birth InjuryHead and Brain InjuriesMedical Negligence

Royal Sussex County Hospital have awarded a five-year-old child a near record £11.5 million after admitting that had he been born 11 minutes earlier, he would have not sustained any harm.  His umbilical cord had prolapsed during the birth process resulting in a lack of oxygen to his brain, which, had it been noticed by midwives, could have been avoided.  The negligence has left the boy suffering from cerebral palsy which affects both his arms and legs. The High Court in London heard yesterday that interim payments have allowed the…

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‘Unsafe’ maternity service triggers move

Posted in: Birth InjuryMedical Negligence

Following concerns raised in a report published in October, maternity services at Redditch’s Alexandria Hospital have been withdrawn.  The services have been transferred to Worcestershire Royal Hospital earlier this month, a move which has been described by the town’s MP as the right decision.  Conservative MP Karen Lumley agreed that the service was ‘unsafe’, and together with Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid, has met with Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to discuss the problems at the hospital. ‘Dirty equipment’ Back in October, a report highlighted eleven known cases of patients being infected…

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Neonatal care downgrade plans criticised

Posted in: Birth InjuryMedical Negligence

Leaders of the North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust have criticised a report published by the Royal College of Child Health which recommends that the neonatal intensive care department at the University Hospital of North Tees be downgraded to provide special care only.  The independent report would result in parents from East Durham and Hartlepool requiring to travel to Sunderland, Newcastle or Middlesburgh instead.  The leaders of the Trust claim that the report does not give adequate options, and Chief Executive, Alan Foster, stated “I’m quite passionate about this…

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22,000 dental patients recalled

Posted in: Dental NegligenceMedical NegligenceNHS Claims

In the biggest NHS recall ever recorded, 22,000 dental patients have been recalled, and some tested for HIV and hepatitis after Nottingham dentist, Desmond D’Mello, was secretly filmed by a colleague who suspected his hygiene practices.  Mr D’Mello was found to have been reusing dirty gloves and failing to sterilise equipment in his practise.  This has been described as the “biggest recall in NHS history” and many of those recalled have threatened legal action as a result.  The footage, which was filmed in secret, has been requested to be viewed…

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Health trusts fined over girl’s death

Posted in: Medical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

Two health trusts have been issued large fines after a disabled girl fell from her faulty bed and died in 2011. 10-year-old Jade Norton, who was severely disabled with Rett syndrome, died when she fell from her bed after suffering a seizure – caused by plastic sheets that fell on top of her – in June 2011. The bed railings were meant to prevent her falling out of her bed, but the railings were damaged and did not secure her. North Lancashire Primary Care and Blackpool Primary Healthcare both admitted…

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Mental health failings

Posted in: Medical Negligence

After Labour ministers accused the government of failing to fulfill their promises to increase funding in mental health care, a row has been sparked over spending on mental health in NHS England. Labour recently made a number of Freedom of Information requests to NHS commissioning bodies, and found that, on average, mental health budgets fell in 2015-16. The Department of Health rejected these figures, describing mental health as a government “priority”. With mental health care standing as a hot topic in pre-election debates, the coalition has promised to boost resources.…

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Increasing GP workload putting patients ‘at risk’

Posted in: Medical Negligence

According to a study by the Royal College of GPs, patient safety in the UK is ‘at risk’ because of GP’s increasing workload. The study suggests that the pressure of increased bureaucracy, complex cases, and extra consultations is resulting in a diluted practice, with patients not receiving the care they deserve. The RCGP said that GPs are suffering with severe fatigue, which affects their performance. The report highlights that this would not be allowed to happen with pilots or train drivers. The RCGP has called for something to be done,…

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Over £1.1bn paid out by the NHS

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNHS Claims

According to recently released figures, NHS England has paid out a total of £1.1billion to patients affected by medical negligence. The figures were released by the Medical Defense Union (MDU) in reaction to the publication of the NHS litigation authority’s (NHSLA) accounts for 2014/15, showing the figure paid out in legal claims on behalf of NHS Trusts in England. The MDU said that this scale of compensation payouts could not continue for much longer.  The MDU argued that this amount of compensation could have funded over eight million MRI scans,…

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NHS England clamp down on failing services

Posted in: Medical Negligence

The head of NHS England has made a call to clamp down on failing services. Chief executive Simon Stevens had decided to place entire areas of the NHS in ‘special measures’ as a means of tackling these problem zones. Mr Stevens said that there had been numerous failed attempts to improve NHS services over the years, but believes that this revised approach, which involves the entire NHS system, should see definite improvements. The first areas to face this new approach are North Cumbria, Essex and the majority of Devon. All…

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Hospital faces multi-million pound payout

Posted in: Criminal Injury and AssaultHead and Brain InjuriesMedical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

A Stockport hospital faces a multi-million pound payout following the deaths and injuries of a number of patients treated by a negligent nurse. Stepping Hill hospital is under the pressure of 21 claims made by the victims of Victorino Chua, a nurse accused of poisoning patients. It was heard that three of the cases were fatal and many of the other victims now live with life-changing injuries. The largest payout will be made to 41-year-old Grant Misell, an ex-financial markets manager that suffered a ‘catastrophic’ brain injury as a result…

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Mental health trust in special measures

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In a report just published, it has been highlighted that mental health care provision by the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust is “not a safe service”.  The report was published by the Care Quality Commission, and as a result, the trust has become the first of its kind to be put in special measures. In a report by Marcus Hayward, locality operations manager of the NSFT, it is stated that “The increase in referrals is putting pressure on community services and resulting in higher caseload levels, waiting times and unallocated…

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London NHS hospitals failing

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNegligent Cancer DiagnosisNHS Claims

A report has been published by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman highlighting serious failings in London’s NHS hospitals.  These failings include surgery blunders, misdiagnosis and delays in diagnosing tumours.  The report was based on more than 24 complaints lodged against London NHS Trusts from July to September 2014.  Within the report, the watchdog stated that the cases provide “clear and valuable lessons” in order that “similar mistakes can be avoided in the future”. Life could have been saved One example of the problems being faced by patients was highlighted…

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Misdiagnosis woman wins compensation

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNHS Claims

A woman has been awarded more than £2m in compensation after hospital staff misdiagnosed her back problem, leaving her disabled. Heather Tait (34), from Sutton Coldfield, was discharged from Cheltenham General Hospital without an MRI scan after complaining of back pain in 2009. It was later found that she actually had a collapsed disc, but the surgery was delayed and she was left with constant back pain.   Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust admitted negligence in 2011 but disagreed with lawyers over the amount of compensation that was being claimed.…

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Care home criticised over health and safety failings

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A recent Care Quality Commission inspection highlighted numerous failings at a care home in Kent. The report, which was published on 20 March, highlighted that Copper Beaches care home in Borstal, near Rochester, did not follow national health and safety regulations, and many accidents and incidents were going unreported. The report was published after two inspections were carried out in December, one of which was unannounced. Four Seasons 2000 Ltd, the company in charge of the care home, has been forced to make urgent improvements or face enforcement action. Infection…

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Negligent dentist struck off register

Posted in: Dental NegligenceMedical Negligence

A dentist has been struck off the register after he failed to disclose the fact that he was under investigation for misconduct and negligence. It was uncovered in a review that the Hove dentist had not informed the East Sussex Downs and Weald Primary Care Trust that he was being investigated for misconduct. The General Dental Council (GDC) ruled that Ali Asghar Pourrezaei Akhlaghi put his patients “at unwarranted risk of harm” and also caused “avoidable harm”. “failure to comply with his regulator” This was uncovered when he failed to…

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Operation backlog unacceptable

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New figures have revealed that over 900 operations were cancelled for ‘non-medical reasons’ since the beginning of the year. Almost half of these, 436, were due to be carried out at Gloucestershire’s two major hospitals during a fortnight of extreme pressure on the NHS. Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust released figures, following a freedom of information request, which revealed that there had been an increase in frail and elderly patients, an increased demand on its services, and a lack of beds available, which all caused operation cancellations. Following the Gloucestershire Hospitals…

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Shortage of medical cover for detainees

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A health worker in the east of England has warned that the lives of detainees in police custody are potentially being put at risk due to a shortage of medical staff.  Where previously there was one doctor per county, the situation now is that there is one doctor to cover every custody suite in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire, and another to cover Norfolk and Suffolk.  Private company G4S gained the £5 million pound contract which commenced in April of this year and promptly halved the number of doctors on call. …

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GP shortages put pressure on doctors and patients

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A recent investigation into the national shortage of GPs has found that many have abandoned the profession, and junior doctors are avoiding the position with the view that it is an “unglamorous” career. Figures reveal that these factors have caused the number of unfilled GP positions to quadruple in the last three years – leaving surgeries unable to cope with increasing demands. Surgeries across the country are struggling to keep up with growing workloads. One practice in Whitehaven, Cumbria, opened its phone lines at 08:00, and 12 minutes later all…

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Patient in 16-hour trolley wait

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNHS Claims

A patient was left for 16-hours on a trolley with severe breathing problems after the hospital she was being treated in was put on “black alert”. The woman was admitted to the Royal Cornwall Hospital last Monday, but was told that there were no available beds or pillows for her due to increased pressure on the hospital. The “black alert”, which is the highest level for NHS issues, was placed on the hospital on Tuesday and remains in place. Debilitating breathing problems The woman, who requested to remain anonymous, is…

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Nurse shortages proving serious

Posted in: Medical Negligence

Recently released data has revealed that hospitals in Devon and Cornwall are facing their “worst shortage yet” of nurses. It was exposed following a Freedom of Information request that health trusts in Devon and Cornwall had around 800 nursing vacancies at the end of January. The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) said that a lack of training places is to blame for the growing issue. Several hospital trusts, however, said that they are doing all they can to recruit – working closely with trainers, such as Universities, and even looking…

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Compensation for injured cameraman

Posted in: Foot InjuriesLeg InjuriesMedical NegligenceMotorcycle AccidentsWorkplace Injuries

An “inspirational” cameraman has been awarded a “substantial” compensation package after filming the moment that a motorbike crashed into him. 52-year-old Noel Greaves-Lord, from Worthing, had been filming from a pavement in Cannes, France, when a motorcyclist lost control and skidded into him while coming round a bend. He had to undergo several operations to fix his fractured ankle, but after contracting MRSA – an antibiotic resistant bacterial infection – doctors advised that amputation was the safest option. During his extremely successful career Mr Greaves-Lord covered extensive national and international…

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NHS trust requires urgent improvement

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNHS Claims

Following recent inspections, Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Hospitals Trust have been ordered to improve a number of its services urgently. Shropshire’s main health trust was found to be under “considerable pressure” following a Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection, with staffing issues highlighted as a major concern. CQC inspectors reported that the trust had to improve in four out of five key areas. The report stressed that the trust, which runs the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and Telford’s Princess Royal, had to review its staffing levels in the accident and emergency department,…

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Hospital admits “poor care”

Posted in: Medical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

A health trust has apologised to the family of a woman that died in hospital as a result of “poor care”. Relatives of the woman, however, have dismissed this apology and the case has been referred to the General Medical Council. Margaret Lamberty died in April at the City General hospital in Stoke-on-Trent.  She had been diagnosed with a rare condition called mesenteric ischaemia which affects the small intestine. Mrs Lamberty’s daughter, Laura, said that her family found the medical report to have missed out some key details which accounted…

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Hospital A&E department struggles

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A hospital in Stoke-on-Trent said that increased pressures on its accident and emergency department is expected to continue into the new year. Patients at the Royal Stoke University Hospital are being forced to wait for up to six hours before being seen by a doctor.  A spokesperson from the hospital said that the delay has been caused by an “unprecedented demand” over the festive period. The spokesperson said that the hospital is struggling to cope with this increase in patient numbers because of a desperate lack of resources. Where the…

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Breast screening inquiry sees six diagnosed

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNegligent Cancer Diagnosis

Six women have been diagnosed with breast cancer after thirty women were recalled after screening concerns. A review of the assessments carried out in Oxfordshire identified concerns over screenings by a particular radiologist. The Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust reviewed the 626 screenings carried out between 2011 and 2014 and called 30 back in for re-screenings. The trust said it was “extremely sorry” for the errors and immediately referred the six women for treatment. The review was initiated after five women developed “interval cancer” between their routine examinations. Two different…

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Dementia patients not receiving adequate care

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Two leading charities recently claimed that people suffering with dementia are not receiving adequate care because the illness is not recognised as ‘terminal’. A report compiled by Marie Curie Cancer Care and the Alzheimer’s Society, stated that dementia suffers are being made to face many barriers on their way to receiving the care they require. It was noted in the report that more than 800,000 people in the UK suffer with this incurable illness. Both charities are due to compose an action plan after the government agreed to address the…

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Stem cell freezing errors led to child’s death

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNegligent Cancer DiagnosisWrongful & Accidental Death

Following the death of a 12-year-old girl in 2013, questions have been asked regarding whether a problem freezing stem cells could have affected her chance of survival. Sophie Ryan-Palmer had been fighting cancer for ten years, and was thought to be undergoing her final bone marrow transplant before being discharged from hospital. She sadly died on 17 July. It was suggested by a coroner that Sophie’s death could have been prevented had there not been a problem during the medical procedure at Great Ormond Street Hospital.  It was heard that…

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Surgeons must publish mortality rates

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNHS Claims

NHS England’s medical director, Sir Bruce Keogh, has warned all surgeons that if they fail to publish their mortality rates, they could face sanctions. Sir Bruce said that this step had to be taken to improve the safety of patients within the NHS, with penalties being enforced if this regulation is not followed.  On Wednesday performance data for around 5,000 surgeons in England is to be released online. Despite this new regulation, many surgeons have contested this change, arguing that mortality rates can often be misleading.  The point has also…

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Hospital queues cause “big problems”

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In recent months the queues at the Queen’s Medical Centre have worsened rapidly.  A report found that patients are being forced to queue for up to an hour simply to get a parking space at the Nottingham hospital. This is resulting in patients and staff being forced to park in each other’s spaces, only worsening the issue. The problem came as the result of the closure of the Hillside car park, a car park that had between 400 and 500 spaces.  This closed last month, putting a great deal of…

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Hospital safety standards “shocking”

Posted in: Medical Negligence

Following a recent inspection of 82 hospitals across the country, inspectors have described their findings as “shocking”.  The Care Quality Commission (CQC) released the results of the first 82 hospitals they inspected under a new system, but said that they were deeply concerned by their findings. The CQC designed a new inspection regime following the recent Stafford Hospital scandal.  Of the 82 hospitals inspected, a quarter of which were in England, eight were given an ‘inadequate’ rating, and a further 57 ‘require improvement’.  Inspectors described the level of performance across…

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Family to receive £6.5 million in compensation

Posted in: Birth InjuryHead and Brain InjuriesMedical Negligence

A hospital trust is to payout £6.5 million in compensation to the family of a boy who was born with severe brain damage following a series of medical mistakes. Cody Lyster-Hughes’s mother, Caroline Lyster, was admitted to the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby, after it was discovered that she had an infection while pregnant.  Mrs Lyster was seven-and-a-half months pregnant when the infection was first detected in 2005.  Doctors treated her with a course of antibiotics and steroids. Following hospital treatment, a pathology report was produced which showed that…

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Hospital criticised over abusive treatment of patients

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Following a recent investigation, it was found that the patients at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon were being treated in an “undignified” and “emotionally abusive” manner. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) revealed the findings following a visit earlier this month. They originally composed a letter to the hospital – which is run by the private company Circle – stating their concerns, yet the letter was leaked to the Health Service Journal. The report, which followed the letter, highlighted several key areas that were not being met by the hospital. The inspectors said…

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Care home problems persist

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Over the last two years, health inspectors have had to address failings at an Oxfordshire care home five times.  A recent Care Quality Commission inspection at St Katherine’s House in Wantage found the home to be failing in two of the five key areas.  The report that followed the inspection outlined the fact that some improvements had been made over the course of the last few years, but that many people were still at risk of poor care due to a number of factors. The organisation that runs the home,…

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Contaminated hospital feed kills second baby

Posted in: Birth InjuryFood PoisoningMedical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

Another baby has died at St Thomas’ Hospital in London from what is believed to have been a contaminated food supply. Twenty-two babies are currently being treated for blood poisoning in connection with the infectious outbreak.  All of the babies were being fed a liquid mixture of nutrients directly into their bloodstream, after which the babies developed septicemia.  Public Health England said that the septicemia was caused by the Bacillus cereus bacterium, a form of bacteria linked closely with an “intravenous fluid supplied by ITH Pharma”. Public Health England (PHE)…

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Jeremy Hunt apologises for treatment errors

Posted in: Medical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

After a stroke patient was turned away from hospital late last year, health secretary Jeremy Hunt has personally apologised to the family.  89-year-old John Mallalieu from Caunton died in December having been turned away by a hospital’s specialist unit.  Two weeks prior to Mr Mallalieu’s death, his ambulance was diverted from a hospital near Mansfield to Nottingham.  Firstly, the ambulance took 90 minutes to arrive before he was told that the specialist stroke unit at King’s Mill Hospital could not accept him. A report into the treatment of Mr Mallalieu…

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Brain tumour sufferer awarded £8million

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNegligent Cancer DiagnosisNHS Claims

A girl who was left disabled for life has been awarded £8million of NHS compensation after doctors failed to recognise the early stages of her brain tumour.  Clair Bonfield was ten-years-old when she first went to hospital in 2003 with complaints of persistent headaches and sickness.  The symptoms had been ongoing for around a year before she went to James Paget Hospital in Great Yarmouth.  Ms Bonfield’s CT scan took five months to reveal her brain tumour.  Despite a successful operation, she later developed a serious post-operative infection while at…

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Cumbrian hospital staff shortages

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Concerns have been raised regarding Cumbrian hospitals’ staffing levels as they remain to be a “continuing problem”.  Last week a total of three junior doctors were prevented from working on the wards at West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven due to there not being enough senior doctors on duty to supervise them.  The trust in charge of the hospital has taken on three temporary locums as a result, but complains that recruitment “remains a challenge”. The Royal College of Nursing has stressed that health chiefs must tackle the staffing problem “urgently”.…

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Poor care to blame for baby’s death

Posted in: Birth InjuryMedical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

The family of a baby who was stillborn have blamed the hospital’s poor standard of care for what happened. Deborah and Richard Horner, from North Yorkshire, were expecting their daughter Abbie to be delivered at St James’ Hospital in Leeds in 2011.  Abbie, however, was still born as a result of care failings and poor communication between hospital staff.  The midwife in charge of Mrs Horner’s care was suspended by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, and has since retired. Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust admitted to their failings, saying that…

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Surgeon responsible for fatal bug wins disclosure case

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNHS ClaimsWrongful & Accidental Death

After five patients died as a result of a surgeon’s poor treatment, the High Court has ruled that he cannot be forced into telling future patients about his clinical history. John Lu worked at Nottingham’s Trent Cardiac Centre, where he infected 11 patients and killed 5.  The investigation into Mr Lu’s standard of practice was sparked as a result of numerous patients becoming infected with an antibiotic-resistant strain of bacteria, where he was found to be the common source. The investigation was carried out by Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust…

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Missed opportunities to protect patients from surgeon

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A review has found that two of England’s private hospitals have missed opportunities to take action against the failures of consultant breast surgeon Ian Paterson.  It was found that the surgeon had been performing incomplete and even unnecessary operations on patients before being suspended by the General Medical Council (GMC) in 2012.  Spire Healthcare had been investigating the work of Mr Paterson at two private hospitals in 2007.  They have apologised “unreservedly” to all patients that were involved with Mr Paterson. The independent review found a failure to address the…

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A&E ‘could close’ in Halifax

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In a bid to save the NHS £50m, the A&E department at Halifax Royal Infirmary may be at risk.  Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust informed local councillors that the department’s closure was the preferred route following a recent review of local healthcare provision.  This suggestion has seen great debate, with Halifax Labour MP Linda Riordan calling the possibility of the department’s closure “foolish”. Closing Halifax Royal Infirmary’s A&E department would result in patients seeking emergency medical attention having to travel around 7 miles to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.  There were…

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Severe care home failings

Posted in: Medical NegligenceWrongful & Accidental Death

A care home in Surrey has been closed down after inspectors rated it as “inadequate” in every category of inspection. Two people died as a result of the extremely low standards of Merok Park in Banstead, Surrey, and its sister home in Grantley Court in Sutton, south London. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspectors found staff not complying with health and safety standards, mistreating patients, and ignoring patients in distress. The care home was closed following the death of 85-year-old dementia-sufferer Alfred Dodd who died of pneumonia two days after…

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Maternity units short of senior doctors

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A recent report by MPs has discovered that more than half of Britain’s maternity units are understaffed, and are putting the lives of newborn babies at risk as a result.  Due to a lack of senior doctors, patients are not receiving adequate treatment around the clock, with many being particularly vulnerable to infection and injury during weekends when staff shortages fall even lower.  The Commons Public Accounts Committee said that only 47% of units have an adequate number of consultants in Britain, with a national shortage of 2,300 midwives. The…

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Hospital criticised following battery death

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A hospital have been criticised for “missed opportunities’ after a 14-month old boy died last year after swallowing a battery.  Wsam Noorwali had been taken into hospital after vomiting blood at his home in Hamilton, but sadly died the next day.  Leicester Royal Infirmary are being held accountable for the death as they failed to carry out an x-ray or endoscopy to determine the source of the problem, which resulted in his death at around 7:00 on the 19th of August 2012. An inquest at Leicester Coroner’s Court heard that…

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Child dies of brain damage following hospital operation

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7-year-old Luke Jenkins died after undergoing heart surgery at Bristol Children’s Hospital, despite expectations of a full recovery following the op.  During the procedure, his heart went into cardiac arrest, which resulted in him suffering severe brain damage and his subsequent death.  Even though Avon coroner Maria Voisin heard that there was “no evidence of gross failure” in the hospital’s care, Luke’s mother argues that his death could have been prevented. Luke, from Cardiff, was born with a congenital heart defect that required major surgery.  Only a week after this…

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Hospital payout for birthing errors

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A University Hospital in Coventry has given a compensation payout to the family of an 8-year-old girl who was left severely disabled after complications in her birth in 2005.  Maryellen McDowall was admitted to the University hospital when her contractions started, but when her baby, Hollie, appeared not to be moving, hospital staff did not act.  Hollie was starved of oxygen as a result of these medical failures, resulting in her now needing 24-hour care for cerebral palsy. Hollie currently lives in a specially adapted flat on the ground floor…

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University Hospital loses emergency care services

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The University Hospital of Hartlepool is losing its emergency and critical care services to North Tees Hospital in Stockton, as required standards are proving difficult to meet.  Doctors have raised concerns about working between the two sites, so the trust has decided to move the services to ensure the “safest possible” patient care.  The trust said that despite the move, patients who require any emergency or critical care treatment would be taken to the University Hospital of North Tees by ambulance. This move comes prior to both hospitals being replaced…

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Hospital treated teenage girl as “collateral damage”

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After 15-year-old Amie Miller died in 2008 due to numerous hospital failings, her parents said that Basildon Hospital treated her like she was purely “collateral damage”.  Having complained frequently of headaches at school, (Grays Convent High School in Thurrock, Essex) she was taken to Basildon Hospital and died only three days later. An inquest heard that the hospital had countless opportunities to save her life and a jury ruled that hospital staff failed to carry out basic checks on her welfare, failed to administer the correct treatment, and failed to…

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Failure to meet A&E targets results in resignation of hospital chief executive

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The chief executive of a hospital in Northamptonshire has resigned from her post after failing to achieve the targets set by the Department of Health for A&E departments across the country.  After taking up the post two years ago, chief executive Lorene Read struggled to meet the 4-hour target waiting time for A&E patients, while she also failed to address the many financial issues faced by the hospital. Until the trust fill the place of Ms. Read, director of nursing and deputy chief executive, Clare Culpin, will take over temporarily…

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NHS Trust faces 79 negligence claims

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While solicitors investigate claims against Mid Staffordshire hospitals, they also plan to probe 79 negligence claims against two Lancashire hospitals.  The claims stand against two of the East Lancashire NHS Trust’s hospitals: the Royal Blackburn and Burnley General Hospitals. The trust was put under ‘special measures’ last month following the Keogh Inquiry.  Sir Bruce Keogh’s investigation was sparked as a result of investigating high death rates in Mid Staffordshire hospitals, which then led to the discovery of many more offending trusts across England.  Let down by poor care standards, the…

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University hospital plans to cut 600 jobs

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A combination of funding cuts and rising demand has caused a hospital trust in Norfolk to rethink their staffing levels – with a possibility of cuts extending to 600 jobs.  James Paget University Hospitals NHS Trust is at risk of no longer being able to survive as a stand-alone hospital, meaning nearly a quarter of its workforce will need to be cut.  The trust aims to make a saving of around £20m by 2018, and also plans to share a large degree of their services with other local hospitals over…

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Hospital fails to monitor diabetic’s blood sugar

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36-year-old Claire Harry died in 2010 after hospital staff failed to monitor her blood sugar level, leading to her eventual death after she fell into a diabetic coma.  With a complicated medical history, including liver failure and a long battle with diabetes, Ms. Harry was admitted to the Royal Cornwall Hospital on the 27 of September with a severe chest infection.  Having received treatment from the hospital for over 12 years, the hospital’s failure resulted in her death. Coroner Dr. Emma Carlyon heard that hospital staff did not recognise the…

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Cosmetic Surgery Claims

Posted in: Medical NegligenceNegligent Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgeons, like other medical professionals, have a duty of care towards the health and safety of their patients. This means that if a patient is injured as a result of the cosmetic surgeon’s negligence then the patient is entitled to make a claim for compensation, which should be done with the assistance of our personal injury claims solicitors** for Manchester. Cosmetic Surgery Negligence As more and more people are partaking in such procedures the number of cosmetic surgery claims has risen and may continue to do so until there…

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48 hospital cases investigated

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The General Medical Council (GMC) has been forced to investigate nearly 50 cases across hospitals in Essex following complaints about the work of doctors in the area.  BBC Look East requested, through the Freedom of Information Act, to view the figures, which revealed 48 cases were being investigated by the GMC in and around Essex as of the 22nd of March.  The Queen’s Hospital in Romford – which is used regularly by people from Essex and London – housed eighteen of these cases, all of which the GMC are highly…

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Pressure on hospital trusts following major failures

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The public’s lack of trust in the UK’s NHS hospitals was recently highlighted in a BBC interview when Sharon Walsh and Tracy Webster blamed their local hospital, Basildon hospital, for death of their grandfather – saying he “gave up” on life during his stay there.  Following the major flaws that have been recognised amongst many of the hospital trusts, eleven of them have been placed under special measures, while fourteen were investigated for high death rates. Poor care standards and a lack of leadership Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, said…

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Common painkiller poses heart risk

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One of the most commonly prescribed drugs for problems such as back pain, headaches and arthritis, ‘Diclofenac’, has been found dangerous for those who suffer heart problems.  A recent finding from the European review of risks has secured a link between the drug and further heart risk, (for those already suffering with a heart-related problem).  The advice was updated yesterday, so now The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) are raising awareness so that no one with an underlying heart condition continues to use this medication.  It has been…

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A&E units face collapse

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Managers and Doctors worry that the NHS is under threat of collapse if major changes are not made to the way in which their A&E units are run.  Both ministers and the NHS regulator have admitted that there are problems in the system that must be addressed urgently.  As rising demand continues to put a strain on the health care system, staffing and funding are becoming crucial issues.  There has been a 50% increase in A&E attendances in the last decade, and this winter the NHS in England were failing…

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Damages awarded for injury at birth

Posted in: Birth InjuryHead and Brain InjuriesMedical Negligence

A mother has won her 14-year legal battle for medical negligence compensation after her son suffered severe brain damage at birth, reports the Guardian. Clare Scott claims that during her labour, her son Charlie’s umbilical cord was wrapped around his shoulders for 20 minutes in the womb before it was noticed by midwives. Even after the problem was picked up, medical staff at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital Trust failed to act quickly enough, and Charlie was starved of oxygen. He was left with severe cerebral palsy, and requires constant care.…

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Medical Negligence Injuries

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Medical negligence injuries (also known as clinical negligence injuries) can be severe both physically and psychologically, not least because they are caused by those whose hands we place our trust and our lives in. This is not to say that medical professionals set out to cause injury, in most cases injuries are caused by negligence. Medical professionals such as doctors, surgeons, general practitioners and dentists have a duty of care towards their patients and any breach of that duty, resulting in injury to the patient, could allow the patient to…

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East England’s ambulance service severely criticised

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A recent parliamentary debate has slated the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAS), referring to it as ‘incompetent’ and ‘worrying’.  Where EEAS fire crews are continually praised by MPs for their dedicated efforts, trust managers seem to be causing great concern amongst MPs in the eastern region. These concerns had been passed to the Health Minister, Anna Soubry, which triggered the report to examine the reasoning behind the trust’s poor performance. Worrying results have been unveiled through this report, showing very weak and unreliable management.  An independent report, which was…

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