Our client, a 63 year old man from Gravesend, Kent, underwent a total knee replacement (TKR) on a private basis at the BMI Somerfield Hospital in Maidstone and subsequently developed an infection. The infection itself occurred non-negligently.Continue reading this article
Our client, a 57 year old woman from Dover, Kent, began suffering with lethargy and a general feeling of being unwell around mid-2008.Continue reading this article
Our client, Ms Heidi Smith, a 42 year old lady from Maidstone, Kent, was asked to attend her GP surgery at Brompton Road, Gillingham, for a routine cervical smear test in December 2008.Continue reading this article
Our client, Miss K, a 34 year old woman from Faversham, Kent, suffered multiple seizures following the issuing of an incorrect prescription by her GP, whilst she was pregnant.Continue reading this article
Our client, a 59 year old woman from Tonbridge, Kent, suffered significant dental problems as a consequence of her dentist failing to adequately treat her from around 1983.Continue reading this article
Our client, a 68 year old woman from Whitstable, Kent, lost her husband in October 2012 (he was then aged 69) as a consequence of the negligence of an out-of-hours GP.
The deceased had attended on the out-of-hours GP at the Kent & Canterbury Hospital complaining of right sided pain which was radiating to his abdomen, and vomiting. The GP undertook no proper examination of the abdomen, failed to take or record his blood pressure or temperature, and diagnosed a back strain. The deceased therefore went home and remained in pain, before calling an ambulance 3 days later.Continue reading this article
We previously reported the circumstances of this matter, following a formal admission of liability by the Defendant (the NHS Commissioning Board, on behalf of her GP surgery, which was an NHS managed practice), in May 2013.Continue reading this article
In February last year we reported that we had received instructions from more than 50 patients at the College Practice, Maidstone, whose medical records had been unlawfully accessed by Steven Tennison, a Business Manager employed by the Practice.Continue reading this article
Our client, a man in his late 50’s from the South East, was a patient at the Defendant’s dental practice for a number of years, but despite attending regularly and having been found to have a number of warning signs over the years (gingivitis, minor tooth mobility, and some bone loss on x-ray), he was not diagnosed with chronic adult periodontitis or given any treatment for that condition, until he complained of significantly loose teeth in July 2011.Continue reading this article
We are receiving instructions from a number of clients who are patients of the College Practice in Maidstone, a GP Surgery.
Our clients are younger women, in their 20s and 30s who were notified, as of December last year, that their confidential medical records had been unlawfully accessed by a Finance Manager at the practice.Continue reading this article