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Concussions In Teens Could Lead To MS In Adulthood

A new study has warned that concussions in adolescents, common with young athletes, could increase the risk of developing Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in later […]

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Court Rules That An Unmarried Woman’s Ineligibility For A Statutory Bereavement Award Breaches Her Human Rights

Jakki Smith successfully claimed compensation from a hospital trust that negligently treated her partner, John, for a benign tumour on his foot, which ultimately […]

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Potential Ban On Walk-in Patients At A&E

People may no longer be able to walk-in at accident and emergency (A&E) units at hospitals, unless they have prior authorisation from their doctor, […]

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Pryers Awarded Band 1 in New Chambers and Partners Rankings

Chambers and Partners independently rank law firms on a national scale, and it’s with great pleasure that we can confidently say that we’ve been […]

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Woman Left Disfigured Following A Routine Procedure

Emily attended her GP as she noticed there was an excess piece of skin hanging down from her top lip which covered her teeth […]

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Inquest Commences Into The Death Of A Mother In Cumbria Due To Hospital’s Negligence

Pryers solicitors currently represent the family of a woman who died at a hospital in Cumbria following a routine operation in 2016. The inquest […]

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Negligent Surgeon Costs Woman Her Fertility

In 2015 Penny was trying for a baby with her new partner. They were delighted when they fell pregnant, however, this was short-lived as […]

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Have You Used Local York NHS Dental Services?

When Healthwatch York asked York residents what topics we should look into this year, access to dental services was chosen. The reasons people gave […]

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Thousands Of Women Not Warned About Risks Of Sodium Valproate

Sodium Valproate is a common and effective anti-epileptic drug, frequently prescribed in the UK. It is also known as Epilim, Episenta and Epival. However, […]

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Doctors Want To Close Their Books To New Patients

Doctors in Kent have expressed their concern over the number of patients at their practices, and say it puts patient safety at risk. Seven […]

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Solicitor At Pryers Takes On Another Marathon For Charity

On the 16th September Pryers solicitor, Alistair Stokes completed the Oslo Marathon in Norway in aid of the Candlelighters Trust. Alistair Stokes, 36, of […]

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Medical Opinions Ignored In Assessment Of NHS Payments

The NHS funds long-term support and care if a patient’s condition is severe enough. However, the BBC has reported medical opinions have been ignored […]

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Hospital Overcrowding Behind “Huge” Rise in Sepsis Deaths

New figures have shown that the number of sepsis deaths recorded in England’s hospitals has risen by more than a third in two years. […]

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Headway Releases New Acquired Brain Injury Statistics

By using 2016-17 hospital admission statistics, Headway has compiled the first dataset on all Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)-related hospital admissions in the UK. This […]

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Radical new organ donor law could save hundreds of lives a year, but NHS warns plans could fail

A new law concerning organ donation could save as many as 700 lives a year, the government has said. The change, which is to […]

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