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JMW Solicitors regularly shares company news and the latest decisions on successful cases. Take a look at all our current and previous press releases below, or if you're looking for a certain news item, you can search by department.
Sophie Fox, a specialist medical negligence solicitor at JMW, is representing a couple who have bravely shared their stillbirth story to raise awareness of the devastating impact the Group B Strep infection can have and give hope to others.
Boy with catastrophic brain damage after meningitis failures wins £4.6M care package
April 4th, 2017
Olivia Scates, a medical negligence partner specialising in brain injury cases, has secured a £4.6 million care package for a boy who was left with very severe cerebral palsy after meningitis failures when he was a baby.
JMW’s cash boost to national brain injury charity
March 21st, 2017
Leading Manchester law firm JMW Solicitors revealed it has raised over £50,000 for national charity, the Child Brain Injury Trust, since establishing a relationship with them as their sole legal support services provider in the North West, in March 2015.
Dad's Legal Battle After He Becomes A Victim of Sim-Swap Fraud
March 15th, 2017
Graham has instructed Nick McAleenan, a partner at JMW Solicitors in Manchester, to pursue a legal complaint against EE for damages, an apology and costs.
Ordeal For Directors Is Over As Case Against Tivuim Is Dropped
March 10th, 2017
The solicitor representing Tivium Limited directors Andrew and Jonathan Matthews today welcomed the news that the trading standards case against them has been dropped after prosecutors offered no evidence.
Steven Chiverton was left permanently disabled by cauda equina syndrome after urgent surgery was delayed. After intervention by JMW's Eddie Jones the hospital admitted wrongly sending him home without an MRI scan. This press release has the details.
Less than half of maternity trusts provide device costing thousands to community midwives that could help prevent brain damage to newborns
January 30th, 2017
An investigation by JMW has revealed that less than half of English maternity trusts are providing community midwives with a device that could help them prevent brain damage in newborns. Bilirubinometers, which monitor jaundice levels, cost just thousands but can help midwives identify babies in need of urgent hospital treatment quickly.