Extracts of the report leaked to the Independent relating to the failures in maternity care provided at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust make of upsetting reading. Given that I felt this way when reading the news stories, then I cannot imagine how distressing the news will be for family members and victims of … Continue reading Leaked Report into Maternity Care at Shrewsbury & Telford Hospitals
The latest edition of the Legal 500 has our rated us as Tier 1 for personal injury and clinical negligence claims in the East Midlands. Robert Rose, who leads our clinical negligence team has been rated as a leading individual and Tony Hannington a recommended lawyer (West Midlands). I am delighted Lime Solicitor’s medical negligence … Continue reading Top Tier Accolade for Our Medical Negligence Team
Anna Morris explains the legal situation and why it's important to make one.
Michael Young takes a look at common issues and what you can do to make things right.
Who's responsible if you have an accident while working on a construction site in the UK? What if you're working abroad for a British company?
With pension scams reportedly costing us £4billion every year some are predicting them to be the next financial scandal. Michael Young, from our professional negligence team, has outlined the steps you can take to avoid falling victim to a scam.
Writing for The Times Lime's Steven Baylis argues that the new food labelling rules will save lives. Read the full article
No one wants to defend dishonest behaviour or excuse it from punishment, but are threats of criminal charges combating fraud or deterring honest claimants from pursuing their claims further? Writing for the Law Society Gazette, Lime's Mark Jackson explores the issue and how it might develop in the future as claimant lawyers are slowly removed … Continue reading Do Threats of Criminal Charges Help Deter Fraud?
I have just returned from a very informative and enjoyable two days at the APIL advanced brain and spinal cord injury conference at the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport. It was great to catch up with many other solicitors handling complex high value claims. There were some fantastic speakers, covering a wide range of highly interesting … Continue reading APIL Advanced Brain & Spinal Cord Injury Conference 2019
A 21-year old Leicester woman has received a £320,000 pay-out from a GP’s Defence Union after a missed developmental dysplasia of the hip. This condition is sometimes called a congenital hip dislocation, suffered at birth and it was not treated until the woman was 23 months old. She was treated with open reduction and relocation … Continue reading Leicester Woman Gets £320k Pay-out After Missed Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip Over 20 Years Ago