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Clinical negligence solicitors at Coles Miller are backing a new government report warning that thousands of patients may be facing limb amputations that are not needed.
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Vascular Disease says too many patients are losing their limbs unnecessarily because they are not getting proper treatment.
Patients who have received treatment at some of Britain’s worst performing hospitals are being urged to consider whether they have been the victims of medical negligence.
Solicitors at Coles Miller are acting for a number of clients taking legal action against some of the hospitals highlighted by the NHS Litigation Authority.
The new hub at Firs Barn will be a pit-stop for families enjoying the popular Dorset estate which has a network of traffic-free cycle routes running through its 8,500 acres.
Personal injury solicitors Coles Miller are backing Dorset safety village LV= Streetwise with the development of an interactive road safety competition aimed at school children.
Budding game designers could see their work come to life in a competition being launched this week.
Personal injury solicitors Coles Miller are urging drivers to slow down after a spate of pedestrian accident compensation claims.
Lawyers at the firm are dealing with increasing numbers of claims involving pedestrians who have been hit by cars or other vehicles.
Increasing use of locum doctors in NHS Accident & Emergency units is “worrying” and could endanger patients, warn medical negligence solicitors Coles Miller.
High use of locum doctors by a hospital or GP surgery is one of the warning signs that clinical negligence lawyers watch for when they investigate cases.
Medical negligence solicitors Coles Miller report a number of clients travelling abroad for hospital care to avoid using the NHS.
Some clients have gone to France, Poland and Latvia for medical care in preference to British hospitals.
Personal injury solicitors Coles Miller are gearing up for a busy New Year ahead of a predicted surge in accidents in the run-up to Christmas.
Accidents rise by up to 15 per cent at this time of year - usually resulting in a large number of claims in January, reports Coles Miller.
Lawyers at the Dorset firm are supporting the Daily Echo newspaper’s Legacy for Lucy campaign.
Medical negligence victims could find it easier to succeed in compensation claims after hospital inspectors cast doubts on the accuracy of medical records, say solicitors at Coles Miller.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspectors discovered inaccuracies (1) in cancer waiting times data at Colchester General Hospital in Essex.