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When you lose your sight as a result of negligence, it can be reassuring to know how compensation can help you adjust to a new way of life. Lucy Crawford explains the 6 ways it can go towards changing your life for the better.
In her latest blog, Lucy Crawford considers the issue of antibiotic resistance and how ants may hold the key to medical advances in this area.
Solicitor Lucy Crawford considers recent research from Asthma UK, reporting that the majority of asthma sufferers do not receive basic medical care for their condition, and the potential cause of this.
Solicitor Lucy Crawford writes about recent research suggesting a possible link between the contraceptive pill and depression.
Lucy Crawford considers recent research on the benefits of taking aspirin early following a Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) in relation to preventing major stroke and reducing the effects of stroke.
Lucy Crawford considers the present legal challenge being brought by a long term partner who is not entitled to the statutory ‘bereavement award’ following the death of her partner due to medical negligence.
Lucy Crawford considers the recent Care Quality Commission report in relation to Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, and implications for patient care and safety.
Lucy Crawford, Solicitor, considers the recent recommendations for the future of NHS mental health services in England and whether these will lead to improvements for patients needing mental health care.
Lucy Crawford updates on the progress of the Negligence and Damages Bill which looks to reform the criteria for psychiatric injury claims and compensation following the death of a loved one.
Lucy Crawford, Solicitor in the Clinical Negligence Team, consider the reported benefits of music therapy for patients who have suffered brain injuries and stroke.
A blog considering the present requirements for intervention for patients suffering with mental illness and why this needs to be improved.
It is estimated 1 in 4 people will experience some kind of mental health problem in the course of the next year. What are the signs to out for that something may be wrong and what is being done by organisations to combat this issue?
An update on the adventures of a very special dog and how she helps people who are blind overcome their disability.
Suicide & self-harm rates are reported to have increased by 56% due to the deterioration of mental health services in England. Can anything be done to help the most vulnerable?
Key information and tips you need to help you understand the process of obtaining a copy of your medical records from your GP or a hospital and what to look for when you receive them.
Support for Parkinson’s UK “Get It On Time” campaign – Ensuring that patients with Parkinson’s Disease are getting the correct medication on time, every time, when in hospital.
A blog setting out the difficulties with the present law and the campaign for change.
The Clinical Negligence Team are proud to support Guide Dogs Week 2013 (5 – 13 October), which promotes independence following blindness.