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Rachel Rees nominated for 'Outstanding Contribution to Headway' award
We would like to wish Rachel Rees, Solicitor Consultant and one of the founders of Potter Rees Dolan 20 years ago, the best of luck following her thoroughly deserved nomination for The Stephen McAleese Outstanding Contribution to Headway Award at this year’s Headway Annual Awards. Read the rest of this post...
Keeping fit with a stoma: Jenna’s story
Jenna Donofry made the decision to schedule surgery for the removal of her large intestine in 2012 after living with Crohn’s disease with no remission for eight years. After a lengthy recovery process, Jenna fell in love with fitness. Here, she tells her story. Read the rest of this post...
Keeping fit with a stoma: Jenna’s story
Jenna Donofry made the decision to schedule surgery for the removal of her large intestine in 2012 after living with Crohn’s disease with no remission for eight years. After a lengthy recovery process, Jenna fell in love with fitness. Here, she tells her story. Read the rest of this post...
Over the weekend, the Mail on Sunday published an article which heavily criticized the amount of money paid out by the NHS to victims of Clinical Negligence, and in turn the size of the costs bill that is paid to the firms who represent such individuals. In our latest blog, we reiterate that without such claims, poor care would go unchecked, there would be little to no accountability, and there would be little hope of improving standards. And that ultimately, the human cost of these avoidable errors far outweighs financial cost. Read the rest of this post...
Over the weekend, the Mail on Sunday published an article which heavily criticized the amount of money paid out by the NHS to victims of Clinical Negligence, and in turn the size of the costs bill that is paid to the firms who represent such individuals. In our latest blog, we reiterate that without such claims, poor care would go unchecked, there would be little to no accountability, and there would be little hope of improving standards. And that ultimately, the human cost of these avoidable errors far outweighs financial cost. Read the rest of this post...
Over the weekend, the Mail on Sunday published an article which heavily criticized the amount of money paid out by the NHS to victims of Clinical Negligence, and in turn the size of the costs bill that is paid to the firms who represent such individuals. In our latest blog, we reiterate that without such claims, poor care would go unchecked, there would be little to no accountability, and there would be little hope of improving standards. And that ultimately, the human cost of these avoidable errors far outweighs financial cost. Read the rest of this post...
Over the weekend, the Mail on Sunday published an article which heavily criticized the amount of money paid out by the NHS to victims of Clinical Negligence, and in turn the size of the costs bill that is paid to the firms who represent such individuals. In our latest blog, we reiterate that without such claims, poor care would go unchecked, there would be little to no accountability, and there would be little hope of improving standards. And that ultimately, the human cost of these avoidable errors far outweighs financial cost. Read the rest of this post...
Over the weekend, the Mail on Sunday published an article which heavily criticized the amount of money paid out by the NHS to victims of Clinical Negligence, and in turn the size of the costs bill that is paid to the firms who represent such individuals. In our latest blog, we reiterate that without such claims, poor care would go unchecked, there would be little to no accountability, and there would be little hope of improving standards. And that ultimately, the human cost of these avoidable errors far outweighs financial cost. Read the rest of this post...
Over the weekend, the Mail on Sunday published an article which heavily criticized the amount of money paid out by the NHS to victims of Clinical Negligence, and in turn the size of the costs bill that is paid to the firms who represent such individuals. In our latest blog, we reiterate that without such claims, poor care would go unchecked, there would be little to no accountability, and there would be little hope of improving standards. And that ultimately, the human cost of these avoidable errors far outweighs financial cost. Read the rest of this post...
Over the weekend, the Mail on Sunday published an article which heavily criticized the amount of money paid out by the NHS to victims of Clinical Negligence, and in turn the size of the costs bill that is paid to the firms who represent such individuals. In our latest blog, we reiterate that without such claims, poor care would go unchecked, there would be little to no accountability, and there would be little hope of improving standards. And that ultimately, the human cost of these avoidable errors far outweighs financial cost. Read the rest of this post...

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