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Each month we will upload a selection of videos asking you to vote for who you think is the 'Mug of the Month' - so head over to our Twitter page to cast your vote... Read the rest of this post...
Woman left "screaming for help" after stranger pushes wheelchair
  • 16.01.2019
  • EmmaArnold
  • Opinion, Opinion
  • disability Wheelchair accessibility public transport
A woman used twitter to complain how a stranger took control of her wheelchair without warning causing other wheelchair users to share their stories. Hannah Bottomley, solicitor in the clinical negligence team at Potter Rees Dolan,comments in our latest blog. Read the rest of this post...
Woman left "screaming for help" after stranger pushes wheelchair
  • 16.01.2019
  • EmmaArnold
  • Opinion, Opinion
  • disability Wheelchair accessibility public transport
A woman used twitter to complain how a stranger took control of her wheelchair without warning causing other wheelchair users to share their stories. Hannah Bottomley, solicitor in the clinical negligence team at Potter Rees Dolan,comments in our latest blog. Read the rest of this post...
Reducing stillbirths and cerebral palsy: ​the latest
The Royal College of Obstetricians' "Each Baby Counts" initiative has just produced its latest update report dated November 2018 looking at babies born in 2016. Their aim is to halve the number of babies who die or are left severely disabled by 2020 by reviewing incidents and then advising on how to improve standards. Read the rest of this post...
Reducing stillbirths and cerebral palsy: ​the latest
The Royal College of Obstetricians' "Each Baby Counts" initiative has just produced its latest update report dated November 2018 looking at babies born in 2016. Their aim is to halve the number of babies who die or are left severely disabled by 2020 by reviewing incidents and then advising on how to improve standards. Read the rest of this post...
Maternity training to reduce number of mother and baby birth injuries
Baby Lifeline has been fighting for years to obtain government support to enable staff from maternity units to access training to improve standards. Their excellent new report Mind the Gap identifies the gaps in training and the areas they highlight come as no surprise to me given the repeated errors we see in clinical negligence cases. Read the rest of this post...
Maternity training to reduce number of mother and baby birth injuries
Baby Lifeline has been fighting for years to obtain government support to enable staff from maternity units to access training to improve standards. Their excellent new report Mind the Gap identifies the gaps in training and the areas they highlight come as no surprise to me given the repeated errors we see in clinical negligence cases. Read the rest of this post...
Monday 24 September 2018, marks day 1 of the preliminary hearings into the Inquiry set up to examine why men, women and children in the UK were given infected blood and/or infected blood products in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Read the rest of this post...
Monday 24 September 2018, marks day 1 of the preliminary hearings into the Inquiry set up to examine why men, women and children in the UK were given infected blood and/or infected blood products in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Read the rest of this post...
Monday 24 September 2018, marks day 1 of the preliminary hearings into the Inquiry set up to examine why men, women and children in the UK were given infected blood and/or infected blood products in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Read the rest of this post...

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