Menu & Search

Could Google Glass Help Doctors Give You A Better Experience?

Time strapped doctors are looking at new technology to help them spend more time looking at you rather than their computer screen. Due to […]

Read More

Negligent Midwife Causes New Mother Injury After Child Birth

In 2014 Jane went into labour and so attended her local hospital for the birth of her first baby. Unfortunately, Jane’s labour was slow […]

Read More

Local Man Suffers Life Changing Injuries Following Medical Negligence

A 49-year-old delivery driver from Lower Edmonton was left with life changing injuries following treatment at North Middlesex Hospital. Due to the neglect of […]

Read More

Health Board Admits Hip Surgeon’s Errors

A Welsh Health Board has recently admitted a series of negligent mistakes by one of its hip surgeons. In response to three separate medical […]

Read More
Hospital bed

Negligent Positioning During Surgery Causes Compartment Syndrome

James underwent surgery to repair a hole in his bladder. The operation was complicated and long, lasting about 8 hours. Unfortunately, he was placed […]

Read More
Hip replacement claims

Surgeon Failed To Warn Patient About Hip Device’s Safety Record

A Welsh Health Board has admitted that one of its hip surgeons was negligent in failing to tell his patient of the risks of […]

Read More

Pryers Settle Negligence Claim Against Spanish Hip Surgeon

Pryers Solicitors’ specialist hip replacement team were instructed by Peter to investigate why his hip replacement failed after only two years. Although Peter is […]

Read More

Pryers Solicitors Win National Award

On 6 June 2017 Pryers Solicitors LLP were awarded the SIA Torch Challenge Trophy from the Spinal Injuries Association. The SIA Torch Challenge Trophy […]

Read More

Nurse Struck Off After Several Drug Mistakes

A care home nurse who showed no evidence of understanding the mistakes she made has been struck off. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) […]

Read More

Hundreds Of Baby Deaths Could Be Prevented Every Year

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists looked at 1,136 babies who were born in 2015 and either suffered brain damage or died during, […]

Read More

Four Solicitors At Pryers Take On The Leeds Half Marathon In Aid Of SIA

The Leeds Half Marathon took place on Sunday where four Pryers solicitors took part. Andrew Hughes, Rachael Davies, Sophie Rudge and Robyn Hawxby all […]

Read More

Solicitor At Pryers Conquers Vienna Marathon For Spinal Injuries Association

On Sunday 23rd April 2017 Alistair Stokes completed the Vienna Marathon to raise funds for the Spinal Injuries Association. The 26.2 mile course saw […]

Read More
Start Your Claim Today Call 01904 556600
Tell us about your case

Just send us a little bit about yourself and your claim and we will respond within 24 hours.

Get In Touch
Latest News

Brexit, Stress, And Work Pressures Blamed For Nurse Shortages In The UK

New research has revealed that almost 5,000 nurses and midwives for EU countries have quit the NHS in the past two years, with many […]

Read More

NHS To Expand Mental Health Network For New And Expectant Mothers

The NHS has announced new plans for an expanded network of NHS units providing specialist support for new and expectant mothers experiencing anxiety, depression, […]

Read More

Concerns Raised Over Delay In Use Of Ground-Breaking Cancer Treatment

1280British breast cancer sufferers have voiced concerns that a potentially ground-breaking cancer treatment drug is still waiting to be approved for NHS use almost […]

Read More

Take a look back through our complete news archive

Follow us on Twitter

Action For Brain Injury Week is a week-long event raising awareness of brain injuries and giving a voice to those affected. Pryers is proud to support our charity of the year @HeadwayUK and all the hard work they do on behalf of those with brain injuries

The NHS has announced new plans for an expanded network of NHS units providing specialist support for new and expectant mothers experiencing anxiety, depression, or other mental illnesses

Load More...