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Nicola Evans Solicitor Medical Negligence Grimsby Sepsis

 

Sepsis: why are so many people being let down?

Added 12th July, 2019

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Sepsis is a very serious condition caused by the body’s immune system; when you have an infection (this ranges from an infection in a small cut, to water infections or ear infections) there is a chance that sepsis may develop.

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Port Talbot Railway Fatalities; what support is Available to Family Members?

Added 05th July, 2019

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It seems likely that an error had occurred in the chain of communication between Network Rail and the Transport Providers involved, so what can the families of these people do?

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What are the most common types of farming accident, and who is responsible for safety?

Added 18th July, 2019

The employer is under a duty of care imposed by law to do everything that is reasonably possible to ensure the health and safety of every farm worker. » Read More

Senior Solicitor Achieves National Law Society Accreditation for Medical Negligence Work

Added 18th July, 2019

A leading clinical negligence lawyer has received one of his sector’s most prestigious endorsements with recognition by the Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme. » Read More

Sepsis: why are so many people being let down?

Added 12th July, 2019

Sepsis is a very serious condition caused by the body’s immune system; when you have an infection (this ranges from an infection in a small cut, to water infections or ear infections) there is a chance that sepsis may develop. » Read More

Port Talbot Railway Fatalities; what support is Available to Family Members?

Added 05th July, 2019

It seems likely that an error had occurred in the chain of communication between Network Rail and the Transport Providers involved, so what can the families of these people do? » Read More

Hull Hospitals Trust rated among the ten worst in the country for cancer waiting times

Added 21st June, 2019

The worst performing hospital in the country saw just 60.8% of patients starting treatment within 62 days » Read More

Contractual changes without trade union agreement made easier by the Court of Appeal

Added 14th June, 2019

The Court of Appeal has recently handed down a decision which will be relevant to all employers who recognise a trade union for collective bargaining purposes, as well as those workplaces where unions are trying to obtain recognition. » Read More

 

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