11 December 2013
Personal Injury and Medical Negligence specialists Neil Hudgell Solicitors and Leeds headquartered Michael Lewin Solicitors have agreed a reciprocal arrangement to boost the continued expansion of...
29 November 2013
Medical negligence and personal injury specialists Neil Hudgell Solicitors have opened an office in London employing a ten-strong team led by highly regarded lawyers with a track record of success in...
14 October 2013
Neil Hudgell Solicitors has purchased a book of work with a seven figure valuation from the administrators of Harris Cartier Limited, a litigation and corporate law firm based in London.
23 October 2013
Youngsters at the Yorkshire Wolds Riding for the Disabled Association have been trying out a range of new equipment bought with funds from the Neil Hudgell Solicitors Trust.
25 September 2013
31 July 2013
Representatives of more than 65 community organisations from across Yorkshire gathered to celebrate the first anniversary of a charitable trust which has given nearly £50,000 to 60 organisations in...
By Chris Gooderidge, Senior Medical Negligence Lawyer at Neil Hudgell Solicitors. It’s never good reading of yet more allegations of blunders at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough in Berkshire. As a lawyer, who lives in the Thames Valley and over the years has dealt with many claims for medical negligence against members of the hospital’s staff,
The post More allegations of mistakes at Wexham Park Hospital: a lawyer’s view appeared first on Blog.
By Kath Lavery, former Chair of NHS Hull and now chair of Neil Hudgell Solicitors, personal injury and medical negligence specialists. Dealing with the aftermath of what are termed “serious untoward incidents” – the wrong leg amputated, swabs left in patients during operations, tragic mistakes during childbirth – was thankfully a rare but nonetheless disturbing
By Simon Wilson, Senior Solicitor at Neil Hudgell Solicitors With the UK’s elderly population soaring – a staggering 10 million people in the UK are over 65-years-old and latest projections are for 5½ million more elderly people in 20 years’ time (Source: www.parliament.uk) – families across the UK struggle to assess the most economical way