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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 […]

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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) […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Solicitor At Pryers To Run Vienna Marathon In Aid Of Spinal Injuries Association

Our very own Alistair Stokes is preparing to run the Vienna Marathon in Austria on April 23rd in support of the Spinal Injuries Association […]

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Nurse Stuck Off After Leaving A Ten-Year-Old Girl To Die In Agony

Nurse Carrie-Ann Nash ignored the “red flag” warning signs warning that she had inserted the tube incorrectly. Instead of inserting her feeding tube into […]

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Doctors Could Have Saved Little Boy

A boy who died from chronic asthma could have been saved, a coroner has ruled. Nine-year old Michael Uriely died from an Asthma attack, […]

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Doctor Still Practising Despite Being The “Root Cause” Of A Child’s Death

A five-year-old girl died from an asthma attack just a few hours after Dr Joanne Rowe allegedly refused to see her because she was […]

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Ambulance services not coping

With the rising demand on NHS services, the National Audit Office have warned that ambulance crews across the country are struggling to cope. This […]

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Women dies because hospitals had no beds

Three hospitals turned Mary Muldowney away because they had no beds available, she later died of a brain haemorrhage. In July 2016 Mary Muldowney, […]

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Investigation into baby deaths

A review will be published this week following the increase in unexplained baby deaths at the Countess of Chester Hospital by the Royal College […]

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"The jury highlighted how, despite the fact Payne had apparently tried to take her own life earlier that day, staff did not remove from her room an item she had used in that suicide attempt and went on to use that evening."

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