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Rebecca is a Chartered Legal Executive specialising in Clinical Negligence work. Rebecca deals with a variety of claims but specialises particularly in dental claims.
As part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, Associate, Rebecca Callard, considers a recent study showing a possible link between long term antibiotic use and bowel cancer.
A blog to raise awareness of ovarian cancer – reported to be the biggest gynaecological killer of UK women, with UK survival rates amongst the worst in Europe.
Rebecca Callard considers the ongoing problems with pressure sores for patients in hospital and whether they always develop through inadequate care.
There has been a lot of press coverage in the media recently about midwife shortages in the NHS. But what are the reasons behind it and are we and our unborn babies being put at unnecessary risk?
A blog to raise awareness of the importance of cervical cancer screening for all women and considering the debate as to whether the screening age should be lowered in the UK.
A bowel cancer charity recently reported that over 3,000 lives each year could be saved if those suffering from bowel cancer were diagnosed and treated early enough. This blog considers potential reasons why bowel cancer in particular is frequently diagnosed later and how such delays could be limited.
Can you make a claim for compensation following the death of a loved one as a result of clinical negligence?
Rebecca Callard acted for a 62 year old man, who received £12,500 following the delay in diagnosing an ankle fracture. Our client fell down stairs and attended the A&E department of his local hospital, complaining of ankle pain and difficulty …
Why is it important to instruct an experienced and specialist solicitor when pursuing a clinical negligence claim?
Following a recent NHS report suggesting that many patients are suffering every day due to dehydration in hospitals – what more can be done to prevent this?
Could the NHS’ failure to look after its staff be causing an increase in the number of clinical negligence claims?
Why it is vital that patients with cancer receive treatment at the earliest opportunity