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A 32 year old man has received a £6.5 k pay out after he discovered he had been in agony due to a badly fitted implant and crown. He attended his family doctor regularly and even returned to the dental practice when he moved away.
A cosmetic surgeon is being sued by a former patient after she claims she was left with a disfigured face following filler injection treatment. Failure to record a detailed medical history of the patient meant that she had an allergic reaction to the filler treatment and required numerous visits to the hospital to try and rectify the facial disfigurement caused by the procedure.
Accidents in the workplace and workplace related illness are more common than you would think. A report compiled by the Health and Safety Executive, which investigate any work related accident or illness, have published statistics that are quite eye opening to say the least.
Colchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has paid a family £8.5 million pounds in compensation after it admitted liability for the injuries their child received at birth in the maternity ward. The baby boy sustained a fractured skull during his birth when forceps were used during his delivery.
A company has been investigated after one of its employees severed a thumb after he reached into some unprotected machinery to clean it with a rag which got caught in the mechanism and pulled his hand in causing his left thumb to be severed.
A patient has received a substantial out of court settlement after claiming he received substandard dental treatment from his dentist.
We are delighted to have continued our sponsorship of Macclesfield Rugby Union Club this season.
At Thorneycroft Solicitors we are delighted to have become one of the four founding members of The Macclesfield Chamber of Commerce and Enterprises New Patron Scheme.
A young girl has been successful in her personal injury claim for catastrophic injury compensation after she fell off a thoroughbred horse as a 14-year-old and sustained life changing injuries to her back.
NHS England has published data which highlights how hospitals are doing with regards to the level of cancer care they provide and the figures are not comforting. The data reveals that CCG’s (clinical commissioning groups) are under performing when it comes to early diagnosis of cancer and quick treatment and, as a result, the one year survival rates are worrying in certain hospitals.
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