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        Metallosis (also known as “metal poisoning”) occurs when the parts of a metal-on-metal hip replacement grind together and shed tiny particles of toxic metal chromium or cobalt into the body. In severe cases, metallosis poisoning can cause blindness, deafness, heart damage, heart failure, permanent disability or death. The symptoms can start mildly and then become irreversible....
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        In recent years, mesh implant surgery has been performed on patients suffering from pelvic organ prolapse (POP) a condition where there is bulging of one or more of the pelvic organs into the vagina. POP is a common condition and is experienced by many women, particularly after childbirth, which occurs due to a weakening of the tissues that support the pelvic organs....
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        Due to time and constraints in the Accident and Emergency Department, diagnostic errors are more likely than in a less urgent setting....
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        We all are aware that the NHS is over-stretched and acknowledge that everyone is working hard. But that is no excuse for you or your loved one to be the victim of negligent care where you have received unexpected harm or damages....
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        Have you received a letter from the NHS in regards to a mistake in their filling system that has caused delays in your treatment or diagnosis?...
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        The Specter Partnership is based in EC1M London minutes from the Farringdon station. The firm will be providing a free legal advice clinic to anyone affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy throughout next week....
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        Earlier this year it was reported that Lloyds Banking Group will be taking a £100m hit in paying out compensation to victims of the HBOS Reading bribery scandal. The scandal saw six people, including two former HBOS employees, jailed for a combined 47 years. Lloyds has already written off roughly £250m of fraudulent loans made within the scandal....
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        A breast surgeon has been found guilty of intentionally wounding patients with “completely unnecessary” operations and procedures. Ian Paterson, 59, is described as having carried out “extensive, life-changing operations for no medically justifiable reason”....
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        For personal injury claims involving adults, the general rule is that a claim must be commenced within 3 years from the date of the accident. If Court proceedings are not formally commenced before the three-year deadline then the claim is statute-barred under the Limitation Act 1980. There are of course exceptions and an adult is not prevented from making a personal injury claim just because the limitation has expired....
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        Before any proposed medical procedure or treatment, Doctors must fully inform their patients about all the potential risks involved. In both medical and legal terminology this is known as “informed consent”, and not to give it properly could result in medical negligence, seriously injuring the patient....
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