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A bitter pill: after the courts, the fight for justice goes on…

A bitter pill: after the courts, the fight for justice goes on…

At the age of 24 years – and after having epilepsy since I was 16 years old – I had my first child. The pregnancy sailed along with less seizures…

Francis on Mid Staffs hospital scandal: ‘Good in parts’

Francis on Mid Staffs hospital scandal: ‘Good in parts’

Very few people emerge with credit from the 1,700 pages and 270 recommendations of the Francis report on Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust. They are the relatively few staff who…

Deadly dust: why the government is failing the victims of asbestos cancer

Deadly dust: why the government is failing the victims of asbestos cancer

The deadly cancer mesothelioma is the latest target of proposed Government changes to the finding of legal actions which it claims will streamline the claims process, but in fact could…

Commercial interest trumps justice every time

Commercial interest trumps justice every time

Who would have imagined that peers would have twice voted for and, twice sent back to the House of Commons, an amendment to exempt those dying from the fatal asbestos…

New powers to deal with rogue claims companies

Claims management companies providing a poor service could be forced to pay compensation, according to plans published by the Ministry of Justice today. From next year it will be the…

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