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Concerns over Consultant Neurosurgeon operations

Written by Lynette Walsh on Apr 10, 2018

Concerns over operations performed by a Consultant Neurosurgeon at University Hospital in Coventry,...

Ministry of Justice moves forward with Civil Liability Bill

Written by Cheryl Bereza on Mar 27, 2018

With the introduction of the Civil Liability Bill into the House of Lords this week, the Ministry...

Interview with BTTJ Medical Negligence Solicitor Richard Stanford

Written by Richard Stanford on Dec 8, 2017

Solicitor Richard Stanford was interviewed by the BBC with regards to the unique Clinical...

Richard Stanford Concludes a Unique Clinical Negligence Case

Written by Richard Stanford on Nov 29, 2017

On Wednesday 22 November 2017 Richard Stanford, of Brindley Twist Tafft & James, and Adam...

Do Birth Injuries Only Affect the Baby?

Written by Tom Barnes on Oct 13, 2017

Birth injuries are very complex and demanding cases that require the specialist knowledge of...

What Classifies as Orthopaedic Negligence?

Written by Tom Barnes on Oct 11, 2017

An orthopaedic injury refers to an injury of the bones, muscles and joints of the human body. A...

Medical Negligence: Gynaecology

Written by Tom Barnes on Oct 10, 2017

Gynaecology is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female reproductive...

SCIL Fight Fixed Fees for Medical Negligence Claims

Written by Tom Barnes on Sep 15, 2017

Members of the Society of Clinical Negligence Laywers (SCIL) have campaigned at Westminster against...

Maternity Services in the Spotlight at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

Written by Tom Barnes on Aug 21, 2017

Following an investigation ordered by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt into the Shrewsbury and Telford...

Rise in Babies Born with Brain Damage Reported

Written by Tom Barnes on

Figures in the annual report of NHS Resolution, which handles litigation against the Health...

AvMA disappointed by Lord Justice Jackson’s Review

Written by Tom Barnes on Aug 1, 2017

Lord Justice Jackson’s review of civil litigation, including a recommendation for fixed...

New Government Plans Risk NHS Blunders Cover Up

Written by Tom Barnes on Jul 28, 2017

New government plans may make it difficult for the NHS to learn from its mistakes and also deny...

Thousands of Patients Records Misplaced in NHS Blunder

Written by Tom Barnes on Jul 3, 2017

It has recently been revealed that thousands of patients data sent between GP’s and hospitals...

BTTJ Has Been Awarded the Specialist Quality Mark (SQM)

Written by Tom Barnes on Jun 16, 2017

We are very pleased to announce that Brindley Twist Tafft & James has been awarded the...

Ministry of Justice Consultation

Written by Tom Barnes on May 19, 2017

The Ministry of Justice consultation "Personal injury discount rate: how it should be set in...