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The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) has today confirmed it is investigating five current and three former Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officers for gross misconduct. It comes as part of a re-investigation into how the deaths of Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth and Jack Taylor were originally handled by the force. Speaking on […]
A hospital trust has admitted causing a 12-month delay in diagnosing a patient’s liver cancer and agreed an out-of-court damages settlement with his widow. The patient, from Hampshire, was under the care of Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust for liver disease but was not recalled for vital blood tests and scans as he should have […]
The mother of a 43-year-old woman who died when locked in a Kent Police station cell has welcomed a jury’s conclusion that police officers’ failure to ensure she was medically assessed may have cost her life. Mother-of-four Debbie Padley had been taken to Tonbridge Police Station’s custody suite following a domestic incident at her home […]
Our client Megan Royle, of Beverley, East Yorkshire, lived for two years with a cancer diagnosis – undergoing nine cycles of treatment and requiring egg preservation due to treatment posing a risk to her fertility – to then be told she’d been wrongly diagnosed and had never had cancer at all. Megan was referred for a […]
A woman who was abused by her partner for more than a decade has been awarded damages by a Government scheme to compensate victims of violent crime – even though he was never convicted of any offence against her. The woman, of Northamptonshire, was left devastated after being told charges against her partner for coercive and controlling […]
A judge has ruled in favour of a terminally ill cancer patient – and awarded her damages – in a case against a hospital Trust which took the matter to a trial despite having already admitted its treatment had been negligent. Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust admitted its failure to recall Denise Fallon for annual reviews, […]
Giving a voice for those seeking justice
A care worker at an East Yorkshire residential home has been awarded damages for the injuries she suffered in an accident at work when she fell from a first-floor landing. Rhoda Elvidge was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary after she fell when a lift at the assisted living home in Withernsea had not drawn fully […]
New Post Office Horizon cases could open door for more relatives to clear names of loved ones who have since died
Two new Post Office Horizon legal cases could set a precedent to enable the convictions of more former subpostmasters to be quashed by the courts after their deaths. Representations from the relatives of Roderick Dundee and Peter Huxham have led to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) referring their cases to Southwark Crown Court to […]
£13,500 damages secured for man whose medical negligence compensation claim was closed by another firm
A man who was awarded a £13,500 compensation settlement in a medical negligence claim has thanked Hudgell Solicitors for successfully taking on his case after another law firm told him he wouldn’t be successful. The man, 33, had suffered a fracture to bones in the middle of his right foot in an accident but was […]
Families of Stephen Port’s victims say gross misconduct investigation into Met Police officers must be ‘full and fearless’ and have ‘complete cooperation’
The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) has today confirmed it is investigating five current and three former Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officers for gross misconduct. It comes as part of a re-investigation into how the deaths of Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth and Jack Taylor were originally handled by the force. The four […]
The family of a ‘much-loved’ father who died in an accident at work at a recycling centre say they are disappointed that an inquest jury’s conclusion has failed to provide answers on significant points raised throughout and leaves them without definitive answer as to what cost him his life. The inquest at Carlisle Coroner’s Court […]
LloydsPharmacy has agreed a damages settlement with a woman who ended up taking four times more than the safe amount of blood pressure tablets after being given the medication in error. The woman had been taking 20ml of Amitriptyline a day for depression and had collected her regular prescription from the pharmacy, in Doncaster Gate, […]
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