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Heavy snow or rainfall, combined with freezing temperatures, makes this time of year the most treacherous of all on the UK’s roads.
Six families in East Yorkshire currently face the ordeal of travelling long journeys to specialist units, while some young people are having to be kept in adult mental health units.
Police treatment of home owner accused of burglary was ‘totally unreasonable’ and ‘appears unlawful’, says firm.
Many patients suffer at the hands of surgeons who quite simply shouldn’t be carrying out the work.
When the chair slowly reclines and the dentist hovers over you ready to start their work, just how confident are you of their ability, and the standard of work they carry out?
Victim’s family backs Neil Hudgell Solicitors’ call for public inquiry into child abuse at Addenbrooke’s Hospital
The grandmother who brought paedophile doctor Myles Bradbury to justice when raising concerns over his conduct has backed Neil Hudgell Solicitors in calling for the government to order a ‘full public inquiry’ into how his abuse of seriously ill young boys went undetected for more than four years.
Renu Daly of Neil Hudgell Solicitors, who represents the victims of a paedophile doctor jailed for 22 years for abusing gravely ill young boys in his care, has called for a ‘full and independent inquiry’.
A New Year it may be, but unfortunately 2015 has started with yet more headlines of elderly care home patients being physically abused by staff.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors Trust donated more than £70,000 to help support the work of community groups and individuals across the region in 2014.
Couple compensated after NHS Trust admit their stillborn baby could have been saved.
The dawn of a new year brings promise of a fairer legal system for those wrongly accused of crimes.
Hospital trust pays patient left disabled £950,000 after delays in diagnosing spinal abscess.
Neil Hudgell advises family of dementia patient who died outside hospital after leaving without staff knowing
Neil Hudgell is advising the family of a dementia patient who died days after being allowed to wander out of hospital alone.
Plans to strip police forces in England and Wales of powers to handle complaints against their own officers seem entirely sensible.
The message couldn’t be any clearer — there will be no excuses for NHS Trusts covering up their errors.
Solicitor Caroline Murgatroyd from Neil Hudgell Solicitors has acted for a man who was left severely disabled after developing an abscess on his spine.
Neil Hudgell Solicitors is supporting the family of a father who died after being allowed to leave a Hull mental health facility alone, 24 hours after attempting to kill himself.
Addenbrooke’s Hospital must be held accountable for failing to prevent abuse of young boys at the hands of Dr Myles Bradbury.
Evidence from health advisory body NICE suggests midwifery-led care is safer than hospital care for women who are considered to be ‘low risk’.
When individuals and families turn to our firm for support and advice, they are often facing some of the most difficult times of their lives.