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David Withers

Concurrent and subsequent treatment pathways between the NHS and private practice during litigation

By Rachael Aram, a serious injury lawyer at Irwin Mitchell It's often the case when you first take instructions from a new client that...

Anita Jewitt

Cerebral Palsy Awareness: The dangers of jaundice and the signs to be aware of

By Kimberley Nightingale, a medical negligence lawyer at Irwin Mitchell March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month and this article focuses...

Anita Jewitt

Endometriosis Awareness Month: The gender health gap and the 'missed' disease

By Lauren Stubbs, a medical negligence solicitor at Irwin Mitchell Recently we celebrated International Women’s Day to mark the social,...

Anita Jewitt

NHS Maternity Disparities Taskforce needs to help end shocking maternity care outcomes for women from ethnic minority and deprived communities

By Alexis Tulloch, a medical negligence lawyer at Irwin Mitchell A NHS Maternity Disparities Taskforce has been set up  to examine why...

Irwin Mitchell

Celebrating National Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist Day

By Nicola Handley a specialist workplace illness lawyer at Irwin Mitchell  The role of the cancer specialist nurse  Following a diagnosis...

Alexander Davenport

Sepsis: The need for swift medical treatment and the vital signs everyone needs to be aware of

by Marianne Stapleton, a medical negligence lawyer at Irwin Mitchell  The increase in waiting times for ambulances and delays in...

Anita Jewitt

What is aortic dissection and the need for more awareness around the life-threatening condition

By Louise Forsyth, a medical negligence lawyer at Irwin Mitchell  In PMQs on 9 March, Pauline Latham, MP for Mid Derbyshire, shared that...

Irwin Mitchell

The injustice of the Diffuse Mesothelioma Payment Scheme and why an overhaul is needed

By Satpal Singh, a specialist asbestos-related disease lawyer at Irwin Mitchell A recent case involving a woman contracting mesothelioma...

Irwin Mitchell

#BreaktheBias: Women supporting victims of asbestos-related disease

By Hannah Wall, an expert asbestos-related disease lawyer at Irwin Mitchell  When the general public think of victims of asbestos...

Alexander Davenport

Human Rights Act Reform: “A gilded cage is still a cage” - why Cheshire West needs to be defended

By Mathieu Culverhouse and Breagha Hayes, public law and human rights experts at Irwin Mitchell In its Human Rights Act Reform: A Modern...