Clinical Negligence Newsletters

  1. On the Record Issue 2 2016

    This edition of the clinical negligence newsletter includes successful cerebral palsy and spinal injury cases and news of our charity partnerships:

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    • A woman with cauda equina syndrome helped to pick up the pieces of her life after her case was won by JMW's Eddie Jones
    • JMW's Olivia Scates has secured a multi-million pound care package for a boy with cerebral palsy due to midwife errors
    • JMW's Three Peaks Challenge
    • We announce our continued support for children's brain injury charity Rainbow House

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  2. On the Record: Issue 1 2016

    This edition of our newslatter shares the latest fundraising news from our team as well as the latest news from our clients. 

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    What's included:
    • JMW team join campaign to end preventable still births
    • Hospital pays out compensation for midwife failures that caused child’s brain damage
    • Mother demands jaundice screening as Trust agrees to pay compensation for son’s brain injury
    • Festive fundraising
    • Latest praise for expert team

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  3. On The Record: Issue 2 2015

    This edition of our newsletter includes news about a settlement of £13.5m, an update on care, charity and promotions for our team.

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    Our latest newsletter contains the following news from the JMW clinical negligence team: 

    • £13 million secured for siblings brain damaged by hospital errors
    • Care for girl injured at under fire hospital
    • More than £1,000 raised for children’s charity
    • Cancer charity legal support
    • Promotions in our team

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  4. On the Record: Issue 1 2015

    This edition of our newsletter includes news about our cases and team, including: lifelong care secured for a severely disabled man, midwife failures that caused a baby boy's brain damage, our increased support of the Child Brain Injury Trust, our appointment as approved solicitors by Headway and a new addition to our team.

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    Our latest newsletter contains the following news from the JMW clinical negligence team: 

    • Lifelong care secured for a severely disabled man
    • Midwife failures cause baby boy's brain damage
    • Our increased support of the national charity Child Brain Injury Trust
    • Our medical negligence and personal injury departments have been approved by Headway
    • New addition to our team - Dr Ronnie Tan

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  5. On the Record: Issue 3 2014

    This edition of our newsletter includes articles about maternity blunders, cervical cancer screening errors, a kidney transplant that went wrong and the findings of an inquest into the death of a vulnerable diabetic man.

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    Our latest newsletter contains the following news from the JMW clinical negligence team:

    • Hospital admits catalogue of errors caused baby's brain damage
    • The devastating impact of cervical cancer screening errors

    • NHS awards compensation to man given cancerous kidney in transplant
    • Inquest into the death of a vulnerable diabetic man
    • JMW Clinical Negligence team growth

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  6. On the Record: Issue 1 2014

    This newsletter includes information on recent medical negligence cases that we have been involved with, including a record cauda equina syndrome compensation settlement.

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    Our latest newsletter contains the following news from the JMW clinical negligence team:   

    • Record cauda equina syndrome compensation
    • Brain damage caused by midwife errors
    • Praise from the legal industry bibles 
    • Parents’ shock over baby’s ‘burn marks’
    • New recruits for our team

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  7. On the Record: Issue 3 2013

    This newsletter includes information on recent cases in which we've been involved and news of the establishment of the Cauda Equina Support Association.

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    Our latest newsletter contains the following important articles:

    • The tragic story of Vasili Kalispera who was left sufferring from cerebral palsy after a student midwife failed to recognise that he needed urgent treatment for newborn jaundice. 
    • News of an £8.8m settlement for another of our clients who suffers with cerebral palsy.
    • Information on the first support group meeting of the Cauda Equina Support Association, which took place at JMW's office.
    • The devastating story of a baby that was stillborn due to medical errors at Manchester's St Mary's Hospital.
    • Finally news of JMW's Clin Neg team's victory at the Henshaw's Socitey for Blind People Charity Quiz.

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  8. On the Record: Issue 2 2013

    The family of a JMW client who had her life devastated by a major stroke after a hospital sent her home on a Friday night speak of their devastation in our latest newsletter. A mother also highlights the need for good care for jaundice to prevent babies suffering brain damage and we celebrate securing almost £19 million for clients in April, new recruits and charity initiatives.

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    This newsletter contains the following important articles:

    • The family of stroke victim and JMW client Ruth Stanton speak of the need for good care after she had her life devastated by the condition. Ruth was sent home from a hospital on a Friday night without a diagnosis or treatment with aspirin despite the fact that she had suffered 'mini-strokes'. 
    • The mother of five-year-old JMW client Dilraj Singh warns of the need for good jaundice care for babies. Dilraj suffered catastrophic brain damage after alleged failures in care.
    • We celebrate a record month in April after securing £19 million for clients.
    • We welcome latest recruit Sami Halpern.
    • £2,200 raised for Rainbow House with another successful Ramble

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  9. On the Record - Issue 1 2013

    The first newsletter from the JMW Clinical Negligence team in 2013 team focuses on eyesight negligence, a common medical negligence issue to affect older people.

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    The newsletter contains a number of stories including:

    • A focus on counting the cost of eyesight negligence
    • Marking 15 years of helping the victims of medical errors
    • The removal of clinical negligence cases from the scope of legal aid from 1st April 2013
    • Further growth in the JMW Clinical Negligence Team

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  10. On the Record - Spring 2012

    Heartwarming stories of JMW's successes and information about our campaign for a better understanding of kernicterus.

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    The newsletter contains a number of stories including:

    • The story of Robert Law who was given a cancerous kidney in a transplant operation.
    • An account of 24 year old Adam Spink's struggle to obtain compensation for an injury he suffered at birth.
    • Details of our focus on kernicterus - a disease caused by new-born jaundice.
    • An introduction to the new solicitors and nurses who have joined our expaning team.

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  11. Clinical Negligence Newsletter Spring 2011

    This edition of the clinical negligence newsletter focusses on laparoscopic surgery and the complications that might arise from these type of operations.

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