21st October 2019 – HMC Alan Blunsdon today delivered his conclusion in the Amazin Young Inquest, having previously heard evidence over 5 days.
9th October 2019 – Our client’s father, Mr O, was investigated by East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust at the end of 2013 because he was not well and coughing up blood. The investigations included x-rays, which unfortunately were not reported as suspicious for malignancy even though there was a clear ill-defined mass on the images.
2nd October 2019 – Here at Fairweathers, we have once again held our annual Fairweathers Bake Off in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support’s Coffee Morning.
29th March 2019
Our client, a 60 year old man from Ramsgate, Kent, suffered an attack of severe abdominal pain in April 2014 and attended the QEQM Hospital Margate where he was admitted and monitored for a few days. An out patient ultrasound scan was then arranged to investigate his gallbladder.
18.01.19 – Our client, a 50-year-old woman from Ashford, Kent, underwent a laparoscopic oophorectomy (removal of ovary) at the William Harvey Hospital in June 2013.Continue reading this article
8th Nov 2018 – Our Client, Ms S, from Ashford, Kent came to see us following surgery to remove exostoses (a protuberance of bone) in her right leg in September 2013.Continue reading this article
28th Sept 2018 – Our client, a 46-year-old woman from Ashford, Kent, experienced the sudden onset of severe abdominal pain and sickness in the early hours of 31.08.03 and was taken to hospital by ambulance. Following some tests, she was diagnosed with constipation and a urinary tract infection and discharged home.Continue reading this article
8th Aug 2018 – Our client, Ms K (aged 38) from Maidstone, Kent, gave birth to her son, JT, at Maidstone Hospital on 18 August 2010.Continue reading this article
1st Aug 2018 – Our client, Ms M from Dover, brought a claim against East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust after retained products of conception were missed after she gave birth to her first child in May 2015.Continue reading this article
Our client, a 47 year old woman from Newhaven, East Sussex, accidentally squirted wood glue (a white PVA-type glue) into her eyes on 29.12.12. She immediately washed out her eyes, removing all of the glue from the left eye, but being unable to do so from the right eye. She therefore attended the Sussex Eye Hospital, arriving within 1 hour of the incident occurring.