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  1. brain injury mri scan
    Claiming compensation for a brain injury – by Jane Couch of WBW Solicitors

    A brain injury can have a catastrophic effect on your life and that of your family. You can be rendered unable to walk, speak or carry out everyday tasks such as feeding or dressing yourself. Even if the brain injury is not serious enough to leave you paralysed, common side effects include depression and memory…

  2. Making a clinical negligence claim for a brain injury

    The effects of a brain injury on a patient and their family can be devastating. The patient may be left paralysed, unable to speak, or fend for themselves as they go about their daily life. Depression, memory, language and concentration problems and even personality changes are also common. Suffering such an injury through an accident…

  3. What do lawyers mean by “Clinical negligence” and what does it mean for you?

    Clinical negligence (also known as “medical negligence”) is a legal term referring to the process of claiming financial compensation for physical or mental injuries or negligent mistakes on the part of a medical professional neglect or as a result of lack of proper care. If you, a member of your family or someone you are responsible for, suffer…

  4. Are standards falling or are we becoming more demanding of our healthcare?

    The NHS is a well loved and supported organisation throughout the UK.  A recent survey conducted by The Observer on the cultural, social and political beliefs of Britons in 2015 states that 65% of us have a high trust in the NHS. The NHS does a fantastic job as do many other medical and health…