Press Releases

Specialist birth injury solicitors at JMW have secured the future of a little girl left severely disabled after her spine was damaged during her birth.

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The decision not to screen babies for their risk of developing a catastrophic type of brain damage called kernicterus has been met with dismay by specialist lawyers at JMW and families affected who they are helping. This press release has the details.

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Olivia Scates, a partner in JMW's medical negligence team, has secured a seven figure compensation settlement for Alfie Johnson after midwife failures left him severely disabled.

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Bradley Albans, has received a care package estimated at over £6mil following sub-standard care when born.

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Natasha Jackson, now 23, was left severely physically and mentally disabled after errors made by hospital staff during her mother’s pregnancy, Natasha’s delivery and in the first few days of her life starved her brain of oxygen leading to significant cerebral palsy.

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JMW has secured a multi-million pound care package for an eight-year-old girl who has severe cerebral palsy due to mistakes made prior to her birth that starved her brain of oxygen.

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Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, is representing a baby boy who suffered devastating and preventable brain damage after a catalogue of errors by midwives. Khan Gold's parents have called on the hospital responsible to ensure lessons are learned from his case.

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Jamie Quinnell has cerebral palsy due to the negligence of maternity staff. Jamie was represented by Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW. Our press release has the details.

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A couple represented by JMW were left devastated by the stillbirth of their baby boy, which was caused by appalling errors by a maternity unit in Manchester. Our press release has the details.

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The parents of a baby boy who suffered severe brain damage after an unaccompanied student midwife made basic failures in care have called on a trust to put safeguards in place to ensure the same situation is never repeated. Read JMW client Vasili Kalisperas' story in our latest press release.

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JMW client Dilraj Singh suffered from jaundice as a result of kernicterus and was subsequently brain injured. This cutting from the Asian Voice tells his story.

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The High Court in London has today given its seal of approval for compensation amounting to £4.8 million to be paid to a JMW client left severely brain damaged due to medical blunders.

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JMW Solicitors has recently issued High Court proceedings after it was alleged that a baby boy was left severely mentally and physically handicapped as a result of midwife negligence.

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Eddie Jones, Head of the Clinical Negligence Department at JMW Solicitors has recently settled a case in which surrogacy costs were paid by the NHS as part of the settlement.

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A boy who suffered severe brain damage during his delivery at an NHS birth centre was today awarded £6.4m in settlement of his medical negligence claim.

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A boy who suffered brain damage whilst being delivered at a birthing centre has been awarded £6.4m in damages.

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The High Court in London will today be asked to approve a payment of £6.4 million to 8 year old Theo Kramer who was severely brain damaged during his birth at the Edgware Birth Centre in April 2002. The payment will be made by Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust on behalf of the Edgware Birth Centre.

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Press Coverage

  1. Olivia Scates Acts for Mum Awarded £13m 20 years after NHS negligence
    Olivia Scates Acts for Mum Awarded £13m 20 years after NHS negligence

    14 April 2015

    JMW Clinical Negligence partner, Olivia Scates acts for family in landmark case.

  2. We had 6 Years of Sheer Agony
    We had 6 Years of Sheer Agony

    A mother fighting for compensation for her disabled son who was starved of oxygen at birth has spoken of her agonising battle for "justice". Katy Oram, of Ilchester, is suing Yeovil District Hospital for more than £300,000, claiming her son Jack, now six, was not delivered quickly enough. She has battled for four years to prove that Jack's cerebral palsy was caused by the birth difficulties. The High Court writ states that the hospital has already made a full admission.....

    Read the full story here on This is Somerset (external link).

  3. Granada Reports: Olivia Scates discusses the Morecambe Bay enquiry with ITV
    Granada Reports: Olivia Scates discusses the Morecambe Bay enquiry with ITV

    05 March 2015

    Following a successfully secured multi-million pound care package for an eight-year-old girl, expert Olivia Scates discusses the Morecambe Bay enquiry with ITV.

  4. BBC: Devon baby brain damaged

    JMW Solicitors and our client baby Khan Gold featured on the BBC website on 7th Janunary 2014. Khan suffered brain damage after midwives made errors in the treatment of his newborn jaundice. JMW has secured admission of negligence from the hospital trust and can now move to ensuring Khan has access to the specialist care he will require for the rest of his life. Read the full article on the BBC website here.

  5. BBC 'File on 4' Documentary: A Living Death
    BBC 'File on 4' Documentary: A Living Death

    20th June 2011

    JMW Media Consultant Ann Alexander is to present an investigation into the care of patients in vegetative or low awareness states. There are thought to be as many as 5000 such patients in the UK.

  6. Daily Mail: Baby boy brain damaged by jaundice failures
    Daily Mail: Baby boy brain damaged by jaundice failures

    Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, spoke to the Daily Mail about the midwife failures that caused baby Khan Gold's brain damage. Khan was born perfectly healthy but just days later suffered devastating brain damage due to poor care for his newborn jaundice. Eddie Jones is handling Khan's medical negligence claim and has secured an admission of negligence from the hospital trust. You can read the full article on the Daily Mail website here.

  7. East Anglian Daily Times - Ipswich girl receives £4.8m payout after hospital oversights

    13/02/2012

    Erin Tye was left with severe mental and physical disabilities after she suddenly stopped breathing when she was just three months old. The 14-year-old, from Leiston, now requires round-the-clock care for cerebral palsy, epilepsy, learning difficulties and impaired eyesight. JMW Solicitors, claimed on behalf of the family that Erin’s respiratory failure would have either been prevented or treated more quickly had her mother been advised to take her to hospital or see a GP....

    Read the full story in the East Anglian Daily Times here.

  8. The Guardian: Will plans to scrap legal aid for clinical errors put people off claiming damages?

    29/02/2012

    JMW medical negligence partner Sally Leonards and her client Sharon Redding spoke to the Guardian about the proposed cuts to legal aid. Read the full story on Guardian online (external link).

  9. Dr Yadav admits negligence in Brian Dowsett case

    06/06/2012

    The Guardian covered our case of Brian Dowsett, a retired accountant who lost a leg after an out of hours GP sent him home when he had a dangerous blood clot.

    Read the full story on Guardian online here (external link).

  10. The Croydon Guardian

    13/06/2012

    Sally Leonards, a partner in the JMW clinical negligence department, represented Brian Dowsett in a legal battle against an out of hours GP. The GP admitted that his mistakes cost Brian his leg.

    Read the full story on the Croydon Guardian website here(external link).

  11. Northampton Chronicle and Echo

    The Northampton Chronicle and Echo covered Olivia Scates' case of Callum Sharp. Callum has Erb's Palsy due to mistaked made at his birth.

    Read the full story on the Northampton Chronicle and Echo website (external link).

  12. The Worcester News: Jaundice left one-year-old from Malvern disabled

    22 May 2013

    One-year-old Vasili Kalisperas was severely brain damaged after a student midwife failed to act on his newborn jaundice. His family and JMW medical negligence lawyer Eddie Jones have spoken out about the need for better care to ensure the same mistakes are not repeated. The Worcester News covered their story. Read the Worcester News coverage here (external link).

  13. The Guardian: NHS admits negligence after patients received cancerous kidneys

    01/03/2012

    The JMW medical negligence team is representing Rob Law, who received a cancerous kidney in a transplant. The NHS has admitted negligence and the Guardian covered the story.

    Read the full story on Guardian online (external link).

  14. The Liverpool Echo: Two Merseyside donor patients given kidneys with cancer

    02/03/2012

    JMW medical negligence lawyer Sue Taylor is representing Rob Law, who received a cancerous kidney in a transplant. The NHS has admitted negligence and the Liverpool Echo ran the story on its front page.

    Read more on the Liverpool Echo's website (external link).

  15. BBC: 'Make home circumcision illegal'

    14/12/2012

    The BBC News website recently ran an article about home circumcision. JMW medical negligence associate Melissa Gardner was quoted in the story. Read the full story here(external link).

  16. MEN: Nurse loses baby after hospital sends her home with painkillers

    29/05/2013

    JMW clients Lekha James and Santhosh Mathew suffered a tragic stillbirth due to the negligence of maternity staff at a Manchester hospital. They took the brave decision to speak out about what happened to them to try and improve safety levels for other families. The Manchester Evening News covered their story. Read the article on the Manchester Evening News website here (external link).

  17. Eddie Jones on BBC Radio

    28th January 2016

    Head of clinincal negligence, Eddie Jones featured on BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester with his client. Eddie and the afther of Vasili Kalispearas, Michael, featured to discuss the rate of cases currently being progressed by the NHS and the need for better care. Listen again here and scroll to 01.38.00 on the timer (available until 28th Feb 16). You can also read more from the BBC below.

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  18. Eddie Jones and mother of Dilraj Singh feature on North West Tonight

    23rd November 2015

    Both Eddie Jones and Urrvashi Kothari-Tailor, mother of Dilraj Singh were interviewed on North West Tonight. The story is to bring light to the changes needed in kernicterus prevention and detection. The below tweet shows a short synopsis of the case featured on the programme.

  19. Transplant patients given kidneys from donor with cancer

    An investigation is under way into how two transplant patients were given kidneys from a donor with a rare and aggressive form of cancer.

    Read the Full Story at The Guardian

  20. Daily Mail: Family win seven-figure payout

    8 May 2016

    Olivia Scates, a JMW partner specialising in cerebral palsy cases and her client Alfie Johnson featured on the Daily Mail website in May 2016 after Olivia secured a seven-figure compensation settlement to cover the cost of his care. Alfie was left with severe cerebral palsy after appalling errors were made during his birth.

    Read about Alfie's case and what we have done to help him on the Daily Mail website (external link).

  21. Boy who suffered brain injury after Royal Berkshire Hospital failing to receive £9million payout

    Melissa Gardner is quoted in the Reading and Berkley news following the settlement of her case. X suffered negligence at birth which resulted in cerebral palsy, a care package totalling £9million was agreed to support X and his lifelong care needs. Read the full article below.

  22. Hospital trust apologises to family over son's death - three years after he was stillborn

    Sophie Fox and her clients Hayley and Adam Powsney feature in the Manchester Evening News following the stillbirth of their son Joshua and failings by the NHS.

  23. Boy, 10, gets &pound;6m compensation after Bassetlaw Hospital blunders a decade ago.
    Boy, 10, gets &pound;6m compensation after Bassetlaw Hospital blunders a decade ago.

    Eddie Jones, Head of Clinical Negligence, secured over £6 million compensation for Bradley Albans. Bradley suffered after 'midwives failed to take action' on the day of his birth. The funding will now support Bradley's continued care needs.

  24. Kernicterus brain disease boy Dilraj Singh wins payout
    Kernicterus brain disease boy Dilraj Singh wins payout

    23 November 2015

    Eddie Jones supported his client with Kernicterous as the NHS has agreed to provide care package for the continued support of Diljaj Singh. Eddie Jones, said, “The real pity of this case is that the brain damage sustained by Dilraj was entirely preventable if he had been given the right treatment at the right time.” The article has features in The Mirior (read more to view), BBC online and The Manchester Evening News.

  25. JMW's Eddie Jones speaks to Daily Mail about CES care

    22/04/14

    Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, spoke to the Daily Mail for a feature on cauda equina syndrome care. The article told the story of Mr Jones' client Claire Thornber whose life was devastated by treatment errors. Claire has set up the Cauda Equina Syndrome Association to raise awareness of the red flag signs of cauda equina syndrome. Read the full article on the Daily Mail website here.

  26. Sunday Express: Loss of mental health beds linked to 8 deaths
    Sunday Express: Loss of mental health beds linked to 8 deaths

    30th November 2014

    Beth Reay, a specialist medical negligence solicitor at JMW, spoke to the Sunday Express about the loss of mental health beds being linked to eight deaths. Beth represented the family of Stephanie Daniels at the inquest into her death and in a medical negligence case against a Manchester mental health unit.

    Beth told the paper there had been delays in securing Stephanie an inpatient bed and a ‘string of failures’ that meant the system did not protect her, leading to her suicide.

    Read the full article by Danny Buckland on the Express website here.

  27. Olivia Scates Acts for Mum Awarded &pound;13m 20 years after NHS negligence
    Olivia Scates Acts for Mum Awarded &pound;13m 20 years after NHS negligence

    14 April 2015

    JMW Clinical Negligence partner, Olivia Scates acts for family in landmark case.

  28. BBC: Devon baby brain damaged

    7 January 2014

    JMW Solicitors and our client baby Khan Gold featured on the BBC website on 7th Janunary 2014. Khan suffered brain damage after midwives made errors in the treatment of his newborn jaundice. JMW has secured admission of negligence from the hospital trust and can now move to ensuring Khan has access to the specialist care he will require for the rest of his life. Read the full article on the BBC website here.

  29. BBC 'File on 4' Documentary: A Living Death

    20th June 2011

    JMW Media Consultant Ann Alexander is to present an investigation into the care of patients in vegetative or low awareness states. There are thought to be as many as 5000 such patients in the UK.

  30. BBC Radio 5 - Is home circumcision safe?

    JMW clinical negligence solicitor Sophie Fox was interviewed by BBC Radio 5 Live for a programme investigating the safety of home circumcisions. Sophie is representing a family who claim a circumcision carried out on their baby in the home was performed negligently. The General Medical Council has now placed an order on the doctor responsible banning him from conducting the procedure in the home pending the results of a fitness to practise hearing. You can listen to the 5 Live programme on the BBC website here (external link).

  31. MEN: Pensioner, 80, killed by Salford Royal food error

    13 July 2013

    Marion Sampler died from aspiration pneumonia after medical staff gave her food while she was under a nil by mouth order. JMW's Katie Nolan represented Marion's family in their battle for justice. The Manchester Evening News covered the story, read it on the

    MEN website

  32. The Guardian: NHS hospital dishonest to parents of stillborn baby over failures in care

    02/01/2013

    Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, was quoted by the Guardian after an ombudsman report found that the parents of a stillborn baby were misled by hospital managers. The article states that NHS managers were more concerned with protecting their reputation than learning lessons. Read the full story on the Guardian website here(external link).

  33. Midwives missed chance to help my son

    01/04/2013

    Five-year-old Dilraj Singh suffered devastating brain damage called kernicterus when he was a newborn baby. His family believe this could have been prevented with better care and are being represented by Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW. The Manchester Evening News covered their fight for justice. Read the story on the Manchester Evening News website (external link).

  34. Daily Mail Baby boy brain damaged by jaundice failures

    2nd January 2015

    Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, spoke to the Daily Mail about the midwife failures that caused baby Khan Gold's brain damage. Khan was born perfectly healthy but just just days later suffered devastating brain damage due to poor care for his newborn jaundice. Eddie Jones is handling Khan's medical negligence claim and has secured an admission of negligence from the hospital trust. You can read the full article on the Daily Mail website here(external link).

  35. Fighter Tom features in Derby Telegraph

    19/10/2013

    Former JMW medical negligence client and kernicterus sufferer Tom Wilson recently featured in the Derby Telegraph talking about his hopes for Olympic glory. You can read about how Tom is defying his disabilities on the Derby Telegraph website here(external link).

  36. Parents to sue over failings
    Parents to sue over failings

    08/10/12

    The family of JMW client Amos Mason are fighting for justice after a series of alleged medical blunders left him with devastating brain damage. The Lancashire Evening Post picked up his story.

    JMW medical negligence team is representing a man who suffered catastrophic brain damage due to alleged failures in his care when he was a child. The Lancashire Evening Post covered the story. Read the full article on the Lancashire Evening Post website here (external link).

  37. The Daily Mail Mother suffered massive stroke after being sent home from hospital

    13th April 2013

    Ruth Stanton was just 30 when she suffered a massive stroke that her family believe could have been prevented with better care. The JMW medical negligence team represented Ruth and her husband Kerry in their battle for justice and the NHS has agreed it should pay a six figure compensation settlement to help them to cope with Ruth's disabilities. The Daily Mail website covered Ruth's story, read the full story here (external link).

  38. Five new tests for babies but jaundice is still a concern
    Five new tests for babies but jaundice is still a concern

    10/04/2012

    Urrvashi Singh is bringing a medical negligence case over the treatment of her son Dilraj, who developed jaundice soon after his birth, with the help of JMW's Eddie Jones. Urrvashi spoke to the Times about her experience.

    Read the Times story by clicking here.

  39. JMW Secure Record Settlement

    27/01/2011

    Eddie Jones, JMW's head of clinical negligence, acted for Theo Kramer, who was born in April 2002 at the Edgware Birth Centre in Burnt Oak, run by Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals Trust. A student nurse left in charge of the birth failed to spot Theo's heart rate had dropped, meaning he should have been delivered more quickly and, compounded by delays in transferring his mother to Barnet General Hospital, Theo was gravely ill when he was born because he had been deprived of oxygen.....

    Read the full story in The Manchester Evening News.

  40. The Mirror: 700 of victims of bed sores through neglect receive &pound;16 million

    16/09/2013

    New figures have revealed that more than 700 NHS patients and families affected by avoidable bed sores have received over £16 million in compensation in the last 10 years. Steven Brown, a specialist medical negligence solicitor at JMW, spoke to the Mirror about the issue. The article also features the story of Rosemary Jackson who Steve is helping to fight for justice after her husband suffered appalling bed sores while in hospital. Read the article on the Mirror website here (external link).

  41. Daily Mail: Woman given two years to live after doctors botch smear test results

    18/06/2014

    JMW client Vivien Reynolds (45) is facing a death sentence after obvious signs that she was at risk of developing cervical cancer were missed on a smear test. Her case featured heavily in the media when the hospital trust responsible admitted the mistake and apologised. Her medical negligence solicitor at JMW Beth Reay told the media that if the signs had been picked up on as they ought to have been Viv would have been treated with a routine procedure and would have made a full recovery. Read more on the Daily Mail website here

  42. The Guardian: Transplant patient wins payout over kidney from donor with cancer

    04/05/2014

    JMW client Rob Law spoke to the Guardian about the compensation settlement that will help him to rebuild his life after he was given a kidney from a donor with cancer. His solicitor, Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, told the Guardian Mr Law had conducted himself with great dignity throughout the case by continuing to speak in favour of organ donation. Read the full article on the Guardian website.

  43. Brain-damaged boy awarded &pound;6.4million settlement

    24/01/2011

    A little boy who suffered severe brain damage during his delivery at an NHS birth centre was today awarded £6.4 million in settlement of his medical negligence claim. At a hearing at the High Court in London, a judge approved the sum to be paid to eight-year-old Theo Kramer. Mr Justice Tugendhat expressed his "admiration and sympathy" to the boy's parents, Janet Evans and Earnie Kramer, of Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, over the "catastrophe that Theo has suffered".....

  44. Brain-damaged boy awarded &pound;6.4m

    24/01/2011

    A boy who suffered severe brain damage during his delivery at an NHS birth centre was today awarded £6.4m in settlement of his medical negligence claim. At the high court in London, a judge approved the sum to be paid to eight-year-old Theo Kramer. Mr Justice Tugendhat expressed his "admiration and sympathy" to Theo Kramer's parents, Janet Evans and Earnie Kramer, of Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, over the "catastrophe that Theo has suffered".....

  45. The Yorkshire Post: Kidney transplant patients win NHS apology for cancer blunder

    The JMW medical negligence team is representing Rob Law, who received a cancerous kidney in a transplant. The NHS has admitted negligence and the Yorkshire Post covered the story.

    Read the full story on the Yorkshire Post's website (external link).

  46. Two transplant patients get Cancer from Kidney Donor

    Two transplant patients were given kidneys from a dead donor with an extremely rare form of cancer.

    Read the full story at the Daily Mail Website (external link).

  47. Knee op ordeal

    19/11/12

    Coverage with the Nottingham Post for JMW client Cyril Mundy. A Rotherham NHS Trust is to pay Mr Mundy a five figure compensation settlement after his knee surgery ordeal.

    Cyril Mundy, of Rainworth, Nottinghamshire, says he lost a year of his life after a knee operation left him in constant agony. Melissa Gardner, a specialist medical negligence solicitor at JMW, helped him to challenge the care he received. The Nottingham Post covered Mr Mundy's story. Read it on the Nottingham Post website here(external link).

  48. Littlehampton Gazette: Worthing Hospital probe into Littlehampton man's treatment

    17/07/2012

    Katie Nolan, a specialist clinical negligence solicitor at JMW, is representing cancer patient Paul Sloan in his fight for justice.

    Read the full story on the Littlehampton Gazette website (external link).

  49. BBC: Baby disabled by jaundice error

    21 May 2013

    One-year-old Vasili Kalisperas was severely brain damaged after a student midwife failed to act on his newborn jaundice. His family and JMW medical negligence lawyer Eddie Jones have spoken out about the need for better care to ensure the same mistakes are not repeated. The BBC covered their story. Read the BBC coverage here(external link).

  50. The Worcester News: Action call over heartache baby

    01/06/2013

    The specialist medical negligence solicitors at JMW are calling for the failure to test jaundiced babies to become an NHS never event due to the potentially devastating consequences. Never events are serious but preventable patient safety incidents. The Worcester News covered the story, read it here (external link).

  51. BBC: Nil by mouth case in Salford Hospital Legal action

    15 July 2013

    A family represented by JMW's Katie Nolan was left devastated after a pensioner died because of hospital food errors. The BBC covered the story

  52. JMW kernicterus client Tom's Olympic dreams

    19 October 2013

    Tom Wilson, a 26-year-old with kernicterus, is hoping to compete in the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games. Former JMW medical negligence client and kernicterus sufferer Tom Wilson recently featured in the Derby Telegraph talking about his hopes for Olympic glory. You can read about how Tom is defying his disabilities on the Derby Telegraph website here (external link).

  53. The Daily Mail: Jaundice and the horriying story every new mother must read

    21/05/2013

    Vasili Kalisperas suffered catastrophic brain damage after a student midwife failed to take any action on his newborn jaundice. Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, is representing Vasili and their family in their battle for justice. The Daily Mail covered their story. Read the article on the Daily Mail website here (external link).

  54. Boy suffers brain damage due to jaundice

    21 September 2015

    JMW client Dilraj Singh suffered from jaundice as a result of kernicterus and was subsequently brain injured. This cutting from the Asian Voice tells his story.

  55. Out-of-hours GP sent me home... days later my leg was cut off
    Out-of-hours GP sent me home... days later my leg was cut off

    10/01/2011

    A man had to have a leg amputated after a doctor at an out-of-hours GP surgery run by a private firm failed to diagnose a blood clot.

    To read the full story visit the Evening Standard website here

  56. The Daily Mail: Rhianna Rawding inquest

    12th December 2013

    Beth Reay spoke to the Daily Mail about her concerns about the care provided to Rhianna Rawding, who died of septicaemia after being sent home from hospital. The inquest into her death yesterday heard that she should have been kept in for observation. Read the full article on the Daily Mail website here (external link).

  57. Patient sues Croydon out-of-hours doctor over leg loss

    10/01/2011

    A man who had his leg amputated is suing a former out-of-hours doctor who failed to diagnose a blood clot.

    You can read the article and view an interview from the BBC programme Inside Out London on the BBC website here

  58. Hospital 'sorry' over loss of man's vision

    23/11/2012

    Blundering doctors at a Bury hospital cost grandfather Malcolm Spencer his sight in one eye. Mr Spencer, and JMW medical negligence lawyer Angharad Hughes, spoke to the Bury Times to raise awareness of the issues he faced. Read the Bury Times article here (external link).

  59. Knee op ordeal a year of my life I'll never get back

    19/11/2012

    Cyril Mundy, of Rainworth, Nottinghamshire, says he lost a year of his life after a knee operation left him in constant agony. Melissa Gardner, a specialist medical negligence solicitor at JMW, helped him to challenge the care he received. The Nottingham Post covered Mr Mundy's story. Read it on the Nottingham Post website here (external link).

  60. Daily Mail: How drug used to speed up births can starve a baby of oxygen

    16/10/2012

    The families of JMW clients left with devastating brain damage spoke to the Daily Mail about the need for care when using a drug to speed up labour. Read the story on the Daily Mail website.

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