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19 August 2019 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Medical Negligence

£66,000 for client who underwent negligent tendonitis treatment

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Ali Cloak acted for L, a 46 year old woman who received negligent treatment of her tendonitis in her ankle when she attended her GP surgery.

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19 August 2019 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Medical Negligence

£9.5 million compensation for a little girl following her birth at Cheltenham General Hospital

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Kerstin Scheel, Partner at Royds Withy King, assisted the family of an 8 year old girl, P, to win a claim against Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

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19 August 2019 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Medical Negligence

£11.1 million compensation for 16 year old boy affected by cerebral palsy in a claim against Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Royds Withy King’s Kerstin Scheel and Hannah Blackwell acted for a 16 year old boy, J, who suffered from a shortage of oxygen at the time of his birth at Cheltenham General Hospital.

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8 August 2019 0 Comments Posted in Family, Opinion

Divorce: what about grandparents’ rights?

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This article first appeared in Berkhamsted Life, August 2019.

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6 August 2019 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

Compensation secured for client who regained consciousness during appendectomy

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Joachim Stanley acted for Mr Fenn Settle, a 25 year old man who woke during a surgical procedure and suffered post-traumatic stress injury.

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5 August 2019 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

£28,000 secured for client who developed phobia of hospitals after regaining consciousness during operation

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Ali Cloak acted for M, a 40 year old woman who experienced a period of anaesthetic awareness – or being awake during an operation – and suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder and a phobia of hospitals.

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5 August 2019 0 Comments Posted in Dispute Resolution, Opinion

Your brand and Brexit

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The UK is definitely leaving the EU on 31 October. “No ifs, no buts” – so says our new prime minister, Boris Johnson. If so, what impact will that have on intellectual property (IP) law in the UK, and where does it leave UK-based EU rights holders?

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29 July 2019 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Personal Injury

Claim for paper mill worker who developed mesothelioma settles after first firm of solicitors abandon the case

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Gerald, a retired paper mill worker, developed mesothelioma in 2014.

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29 July 2019 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Personal Injury

Justice for family of George Taylor (Wolverhampton) construction worker

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We were instructed by Mr H in March 2016 to investigate a claim for compensation arising from his diagnosis of lung cancer in January 2016.

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29 July 2019 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Personal Injury

Mumford Bailey & Preston employee contracts malignant mesothelioma

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Rachel James, a specialist asbestos disease lawyer within the RWK ID team took instructions from David, who had worked for Mumford Bailey & Preston as a fitters mate. David had recently contracted Mesothelioma, and was becoming extremely poorly.

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29 July 2019 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Personal Injury

Successful lung cancer claim for Durasteel worker

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Rachel was instructed by William and his family following his diagnosis with lung cancer. William, who liked to be known as Bill, had always been quite a light smoker and had given up smoking in the early 1980s, prior to the Falklands War.

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29 July 2019 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Personal Injury

Damages secured for the family of a former British Rail Engine Fireman

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Rachel James was instructed by Caroline, the daughter of Douglas following his death from mesothelioma. His family recalled that he had worked for British Rail as a fireman and also for Royal Mail in two of their sorting offices and as a postman.

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