Cancer Negligence: News

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  1. 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). 

  2. 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


  3. 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). 

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  4. 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). 

  5. '£18 million compensation for boy with brain injuries after Birmingham midwives failed to spot jaundice' Eddie Jones secures settlement for our client to ensure lifeloing care needs are met. Read more in the Birmingham Mail. 

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  6. 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. 

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  7. 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. 

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