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Clinical Negligence Articles
Read in-depth insights and articles from JMW's clinical negligence solicitors on a wide range of topics relating to our area of expertise below.
Amputation surgery can be life-changing for both patients and their families. To help you understand what can happen in the first six months following an amputation, including how your day-to-day life might change, we spoke to occupational therapist Emma Benfield.
An individual losing a limb can have a life-changing impact, including requiring additional support from their loved ones. To help you understand what support you can provide as a family member or friend, we spoke to occupational therapist Emma Benfield.
If not diagnosed promptly and treated appropriately, type 2 diabetes can lead to heart disease, nerve or brain damage, vision problems and amputation. In this infographic, we explore how type 2 diabetes can be managed and even, in some cases, reversed by adopting healthier lifestyle habits around diet and exercise.
Sepsis is a potentially severe complication of infections that can often be caused by clinical negligence. Our sepsis expert, specialist clinical negligence partner Steven Brown, is here to explain how we can help you claim compensation if you've been affected.
Erb's palsy usually arises as the result of a difficult birth and can result in partial or complete paralysis of the arm. For parents of children affected by this condition, we have compiled a list of resources that may be useful.
The Stafford Hospital scandal, where hundreds of patients died needlessly, led to inquiries into NHS care and hospital death rates, as well as patient safety initiatives being introduced. In this article Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, takes a look at the main outcomes and offers his expert opinion.
Read more about the potential health implications for mothers and the possibility of birth injuries occurring with Caesarean sections.