1st July 2019 – We are delighted to announce that Nick Fairweather has been appointed to the specialist Clinical Negligence Panel operated by Action against Medical Accidents (‘AvMA’).
1st July 2019 – Our Client Mrs T from East Kent had a kidney transplantation from her sister at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital in May 2014. Unfortunately the transplantation failed due to errors made by a locum anesthetist both in the anesthetic room and during surgery. The donor kidney was removed and re-implanted during the operation because it was not well perfused and by the end Mrs T had been overloaded with fluid. Indeed her pupils were noted to have been fixed and dilated indicating brain injury.
18th June 2019 – Our client, Ms T, brought a clinical negligence claim as a result of the substandard treatment that she received during the delivery of her first child at the Darent Valley Hospital, near Dartford, Kent on 23.06.2016.
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1st June 2019 – Our client Mrs T from Whitstable suffered Deep Vein Thrombosis (“DVT”) shortly after giving birth on 8th July 2013.
28th April’19 – Our client, a 35-year-old woman from Ramsgate, Kent, underwent right knee surgery at the William Harvey Hospital (Ashford) in November 2011.
Subsequently, she developed a post-operative soft tissue infection.
18th April 2019 – Our client, a 42 year old woman from West Sussex, had been suffering with bowel related symptoms for some years when, in 2014, she developed a fistula.
12th April’19 – Our client, CP (aged 31) from Ramsgate, Kent, gave birth to her son, MJ, at Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother Hospital, Margate on 8th July 2012.Continue reading this article
HM Coroner has today reached a conclusion in the Inquest into the death of Eileen McAdie that her death was caused by her being given the wrong medication at Payden’s Pharmacy in New Ash Green and that this amounted to neglect.Continue reading this article
2nd April 2019
Mr E, brought a Personal Injury claim on behalf of his late wife, Mrs E, (aged 68), from Ashford who died on 7 th December 2013 as a result of food poisoning (campylobacter).