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60% Longer Waiting Times For Ambulances Could Lead to Deaths

An article in the Telegraph has detailed the continued lengthening of waiting times around the UK. Some areas even report an increase in times of up to 60%! This can translate into a life or death situation for those waiting for paramedic help to arrive after a serious incident...

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60% Longer Waiting Times For Ambulances Could Lead to Deaths

An article in the Telegraph has detailed the continued lengthening of waiting times around the UK. Some areas even report an increase in times of up to 60%! This can translate into a life or death situation for those waiting for paramedic help to arrive after a serious incident...

Why You Should Use a Specialist Clinical Negligence Solicitor!

Making a claim for clinical negligence is a big deal. It’s not something people enter into lightly. So, once you’ve made the decision to pursue a claim, make sure you choose an experienced clinical negligence solicitors, like us...

Maternal Sepsis Deaths Becoming a Real Issue

It seems pregnancy and childbirth can be a dangerous and stressful times in a woman’s life – from tragic stillbirths to the wrong sperm being used in fertility treatments. And now the NHS, sepsis, which is triggered by infection, is your body’s own immune system going into overdrive...

One in every 100 fertility cycles has an adverse outcome!

A recent article in The Telegraph has caused a stir in the IVF world. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), the licensing authority of fertility clinics in the UK, has investigated how many adverse effects there are reported in the clinics they’ve licensed...

New Figures Show a Drop in Deaths at Work

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has released new data released today that shows the number of employees killed in the UK during 2013 has fallen to the lowest annual rate since records began. 133 people were fatally injured while at work in the period April 2013 to March 2014, compared to 150 from April […]

Number of Mesothelioma Suffers Set to Rise

More than 2,000 people in the UK are met with a tragic diagnosis of mesothelioma each year. Another 2,500 also die from it in the same 12 months. This cancer occurs in the lung or abdomen tissue and workplace exposure to asbestos is a strong factor in the development of the condition...