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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.
Catering assistant who served hospital for 25 years died after staff fail to treat her for sepsis
October 21st, 2019
The daughter of a ‘lovely, patient and kind’ catering assistant who died following appalling failures at the hospital where she had worked for 25 years, says no amount of money could ever make up for the premature death of her mother after being awarded a five figure compensation settlement.
Baby suffers catastrophic brain damage after midwives tell mum not to attend hospital despite signs she had sepsis
September 12th, 2019
JMW is investigating the care provided to Ambika Anand after she suffered catastrophic brain damage during her birth.
A team from JMW has raised £11,000 for its charities of the year Ronald McDonald House Charities and Tommy's by taking on the gruelling National Three Peaks challenge.
TUI failed to step in after GROOM plunged from a knee-height landing wall on the EVE of his wedding
July 17th, 2019
The MOTHER of a 31year old GROOM who plunged 14ft from a low-level balcony in Crete, suffering serious head injuries, was subjected to a horrific FOUR DAY journey back to Britain by BUS when his insurer refused to pay out and his tour operator TUI failed to step in.
Boy awarded £26 million for lifelong care after catalogue of maternity failures cause severe brain damage
June 6th, 2019
Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW Solicitors, has secured £26 million in compensation for a boy who suffered severe brain damage due to a catalogue of errors at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London during his birth. .
Nicholas Young, a specialist medical negligence solicitor at JMW, is representing Roger Kirman, a haemophiliac who was given the wrong blood clotting medication at Manchester Royal Infirmary. Roger, who was also a victim of the NHS infected blood scandal of the 1970s and 80s says the error has caused him mobility problems. The hospital trust has admitted the error following JMW's intervention but denies that it has caused Roger ongoing problems.