Clinical Negligence

Vincents invests in wills and trusts team with senior appointment

Sean Aldridge has more than 29 years’ experience in private client services Vincents clients in Lytham and Penwortham are set to benefit from t...

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200-mile ride for Vincents’ Natalie with Blackpool Carers Centre

Legal assistant pledges to raise at least £1300 for local charity How long does it take to travel the 200 miles from Blackpool to Edinburgh? A ...

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Pack your bags and make a Will

Do you include making a Will in your list of things to do before going on holiday? Pack your suitcase, download the boarding pass, dig out the Euros,...

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Dedicated Probate Team launched by Vincents Solicitors

Experienced practitioners aim to secure faster resolution for clients Vincents Solicitors has launched a new dedicated Probate Team, headed by Charte...

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New corporate litigator for Vincents Solicitors

Lancashire law firm further boosts commercial team Leading Lancashire law firm Vincents Solicitors has further enhanced its commercial department wit...

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Personal injury Drop In clinic launched

Vincents offers on-the-spot appointments for victims Victims of accidents at work and in public places, or those affected by clinical negligence, can...

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Renowned Fylde Coast solicitor joins Vincents

Corporate specialist finds new home with Lancashire law firm A well-known Blackpool lawyer has joined Vincents Solicitors’ Lytham office. Leste...

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 Tackle the errors not the victims

Vincents Solicitors responds to calls for claims cap Calls for medical negligence compensation claims to be capped and reduced would be an ‘aff...

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New home for Vincents in Gastang

Law firm’s home town office move Vincents Solicitors has relocated to new premises in Garstang after 17 years, and having made a £30,000 ...

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Clinical Negligence team boost for Vincents

Vincents Solicitors has appointed senior solicitor Debora Harrison to its clinical negligence team within the firm’s personal injury department....

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Vincents backs Hospice fundraiser

Vincents steps up to support Great Wall charity walk Law firm backs Hospice fundraiser When Dave Nichols takes his first steps along the Great Wall...

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Is our ambulance service in need of 999 urgent care?

A recent investigation by the BBC uncovered a staggering increase in the cost that ambulance trusts ( the bodies that control the regional ambulance s...

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Save Babies; induce births earlier

Leading medics have confirmed that if the NHS induced mothers to be at least a fortnight earlier, then the number of still births could be halved. Gu...

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Warning of backlog in A & E

Hospitals fear that they may be overrun with the sick this week following the junior doctors A & E strike. People who have put off going to A &am...

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Who Should Be Blamed for Clinical Negligence?

Clinical Negligence cases are now at the highest they have ever been; with more cases going through the courts; every year the NHS pays out millions o...

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Dying patient’s dignity preserved in new guidelines

On the 29th July Vincents Solicitors reported on the new proposals for end of life pathways within the NHS and welcomed the proposed changes. Finally...

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Justice for bereaved people and victims of psychiatric harm

A new private members bill, introduced in parliament by Andy McDonald MP, aims to tackle some of the injustices for bereaved people and those who witn...

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Revolutionary stem cell aims to cure blindness: Initial trials positive.

Moorfields Eye Hospital in London is leading the way in pioneering human embryonic stem cell research. Clinical trials, forming part of the London Pro...

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Vincents welcomes new proposals to End of Life pathway

NICE, The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, has put forward new draft proposals to improve the care of adult patients in the last few...

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 Worst health care service in England

A report has stated that the Health Service in the UK is one of the worst in the western world for treating strokes, cancer and heart attacks. People...

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 Updated NICE guidelines on cancer referrals could save lives

With approximately 30,000 cases of cancer diagnosed in the UK each year and the average survival rate falling behind those in Europe for common cancer...

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NHS to deliver on patient care

Health Secretary calls for NHS to deliver on patient care and save money on waste Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary has called for NHS bosses to del...

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Research into Gaming Alzheimers Risk

Playing action games for too long could cause risk of Alzheimer’s Millions of young boys could be at serious risk from mental illness and Alzh...

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 GMC recommends “cooling off” period in Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

Cosmetic surgery continues to rise in the UK, with record number of procedures being performed in 2014. According to The British Association of Aesthe...

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What is Diabetes?

June 7th until June 13th is Diabetes Week, but what is Diabetes? Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person’s blood sugar levels to...

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The effect of Brain Injury on relationships

What is Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)? ABI is a medical term which describes an acute or rapid onset brain injury. There can be a number of causes for...

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Acquired Brain Injury: When a headache is something more

18 – 22 May 2015 marks acquired brain injury (ABI) week. Recent research by Headway, a leading charity dealing with those affected by Head inj...

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 Take good care of your feet!

A staggering 37,800 runners took part in the London marathon this week, marking the highest level of participants in the marathons’ 34 year hist...

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 Local Preston man wins £4million brain injury settlement

A man from Cottam, Preston has just been awarded £4million pounds in a medical negligence claim, following severe life changing injuries. The m...

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 Professional footballer, affected by medical negligence wins multi million pound case.

A tragic error led to the end of a promising and talented career. Radwan Hamed collapsed in 2006, whilst playing a football match for Spurs’ yo...

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 Pressure sore case costs the NHS £3million

A 61 year old pensioner left paralysed by an extremely rare spinal infection, who was left in a sever condition as a result of suffering pressure sore...

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New technology will be vital in the battle against cancer

Earlier this month, people all over the world marked World Cancer Day. Social media, such as twitter, Facebook and Instagram were filled with messa...

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 Twitter hashtag gathers momentum in encouraging patient care.

A campaign by a terminally ill doctor, Kate Granger is gathering momentum. Kate, who suffers with an aggressive and rare form of cancer, now has over ...

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A guide to Clinical Negligence

Your guide to clinical negligence What is a clinical negligence claim? If you have suffered injury or a family member has died at the hands of a med...

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