17th June 2021 – Our client, a 36-year-old woman from Canterbury, suffered the loss of her first child on 29.03.16 after a prolonged, mismanaged labour. Continue reading this article
28th May 2021 – Our client, a 48-year-old man from Kent, suffered an Achilles tendon rupture on 27.05.19.Continue reading this article
31st March 2021 – Our client Mrs P from Ashford, Kent underwent a laparoscopic bilateral ureterolysis and excision of endometriosis at the Spencer Wing at William Harvey Hospital on 23.01.2019.Continue reading this article
9th March 2021 – We have previously reported on the case of Archie Batten who tragically died at just 27 minutes of age at the QEQM Hospital Margate back on Sunday 1st September 2019.Continue reading this article
8th March 2021 –
We are delighted to announce that we have managed to arrange Inquest representation for two of the families we represent who tragically lost their babies due to admitted failings at the QEQM Hospital Margate. Continue reading this article
5th March 2021
Steve Evans discusses the use of video surveillance evidence by Defendants and reflects on his success in roundly defeating the tactic in the recent case of Kilby where the defence was ordered to pay indemnity costsContinue reading this article
5th March 2021
Alex Tengroth discusses the recent long awaited Court of Appeal decision of Swift and how it will benefit severely disabled Claimants who require specialist adapted accommodationContinue reading this article
3rd March 2021 – Our Client, Mrs H, an 86 year old woman from Margate, Kent came to see us following a complication she experienced during right sided cataracts surgery that took place in July 2018 at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital under local anaesthetic.
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3rd March 2021 – Our client, Mr H, the son and Executor of a 92 year old lady from Margate, Kent, brought a case in respect of the death of this late mother following a prescription error.Continue reading this article
Following the recent Government announcement and measures imposed for a second national lockdown, our office remains open with a skeleton staff and we continue to deal with phone calls and take delivery of post/DX. All other staff are fully operational working from home.
We are still asking clients to not attend our offices and continue to offer remote meetings wherever possible so as to minimise the risk.
We receive most of our communications electronically and recommend that you continue to use email to communicate with us, and that you scan in any documentation you need to share with us and attach it electronically to the email.
We are asking new clients to provide details of their case in the first instance via our website wherever possible.
Please do not attend the offices if you have a high temperature, a new continuous cough and loss or change to your sense of taste and smell. We do reserve the right to take your temperature should we feel it necessary to protect our staff and other visitors to our building.
We continue to monitor the situation closely and are following all relevant Government, WHO & PHE advice/guidance. This will be reviewed as recommendations change and further communications will follow.
We appreciate your support and understanding at this time.