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Jane Weakley interviewed on the Victoria Derbyshire Show alongside her client Becky Tyler
Jane, her client Becky and Becky's mother Fiona were interviewed on the BBC programme Victoria Derbyshire.
NICE Guideline changes to red flag symptoms for diagnosing cauda equina syndrome
NICE have included new, more explicit symptoms for practitioners to look out for, and aid delays in diagnosis
Jeremy Hunt admits 'deeply flawed' patient safety with NHS staff 'terrified' to admit mistakes
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt combined positive news that the Prime Minister has finally committed to increasing NHS funding with an admission that he has failed to improve patient safety.
Can you afford not to be insured?
Jennifer Buchanan explains why employers should encourage their staff to take out cycling insurance.
Samantha Critchley recovers £19million for nine-year-old girl left with 'catastrophic' brain damage
Samantha Critchley comments in the Daily Mail regarding her case of a nine-year-old girl that suffered catastrophic brain damage after being born at Kings College Hospital.
Government promise to improve midwife/mother relationship can't come soon enough
The Health and Social Care Secretary has announced an important maternity initiative that will hopefully reduce the number of baby death cases in the future.
Inspirational feedback from our maxillofacial trauma conference, A Face in the Crowd
The feedback from attendees was excellent. Our heartfelt thanks to everyone involved.
Asbestos rulings provide glimmer of hope for cancer sufferers
Employers can no longer hide behind a statistic that claimed to show a ‘safe’ level of exposure, which could pave the way for a wave of compensation claims, writes Peter Williams for The Times Brief.
Claimant lawyers hail landmark asbestos risk ruling
Caroline Pinfold's landmark case of Bussey vs Anglia Heating Ltd. was featured in the Law Society Gazette
Court of Appeal offers compensation hope to victims of asbestos poisoning
A landmark ruling that could pave the way for compensation for thousands of people suffering from cancer caused by asbestos.
BTOG Conference 2018
Fieldfisher attended the 2018 British Thoracic Oncology Group Conference held in January 2018.
Sepsis: lack of funding for vital health services must not deter parents from seeking help
Sepsis hit the headlines again last week following the tragic death of 18-year-old Melissa Whiteley.
Too often, it takes tragedy for Network Rail to close dangerous railway crossings
BBC Sussex highlighted concerns that a level crossing in Plumpton in East Sussex had been locked in the up position, creating 'an accident waiting to happen'.
Personal Injury & Medical Negligence
Jane Weakley is mentioned in 'Jane Weakley interviewed on the Victoria Derbyshire Show alongside her client Becky Tyler'
Jane Weakley is mentioned in 'Jane Weakley secures interim award for 'remarkable' teenager with cerebral palsy'
Samantha Critchley is mentioned in 'Samantha Critchley recovers £19million for nine-year-old girl left with 'catastrophic' brain damage'
Jennifer Buchanan is mentioned in 'Inspirational feedback from our maxillofacial trauma conference, A Face in the Crowd'
Peter Williams is mentioned in 'Court of Appeal offers compensation hope to victims of asbestos poisoning'
Jill Greenfield is mentioned in 'Jill Greenfield contributes to Channel 4 documentary Working with Weinstein'