Success Stories

Student nurses starting careers £50,000+ in debt

Student nurses could start their careers over £50,000 in debt under new government plans revealed in the Autumn Chancellor’s statement to convert training bursaries into repayable loans. A mass protest is planned to take place in the New Year, 9 January. At Medical Solicitors we think these changes could put prospective[…]

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Junior Doctors’ Strike called off…

At the eleventh hour, the Junior doctors’ in England have suspended strike action and the strike called off. The Junior doctors’ proposed strike action has arisen because an 11% pay rise offered to Junior doctors by ministers was offset by other elements of the pay package, including unsociable hours payments.[…]

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NHS compensation claims can lead to better care

Caroline Moore explains why legal action (NHS compensation claims) can form an important part of ensuring best practice from all NHS services… If you were anything like me as a child, you no doubt idolised workers on the frontline, ensuring our health and safety: the fire service, police officers, doctors, nurses and[…]

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Case won-negligent foot surgery

Medical Solicitors have secured an award of £175,000 for our client Susan Whatmough, a 59-year-old woman,  for the negligent surgery carried out to her feet. Susan had a medical history of asthma, arthritis, with long standing degenerative changes in her spinal problems, as well as bunions in her feet. In early[…]

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Case won-Amputation

£150,000 compensation–details of a case won amputation – an 88-year-old war veteran. John Barton, a 2nd World War veteran and widower, was just short of his 89th birthday when his case settled at the door of London County Court as Trial was about to start. Until his injury, he lived[…]

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