Sepsis Misdiagnosis Claims

Baby Died of Bacterial Meningitis Following ‘Individual and Systemic Failures’ at the Royal Bolton Hospital

An inquest has concluded that a twin baby who died of a bacterial infection would have survived if not for “a gross failure to provide basic medical care” at the Royal Boston Hospital. Twins Kingsley and Princess Olasupo were born prematurely at 35 weeks, to Tunde Olasupo and Nicola Daley, on 8 April 2019. Kingsley
Surgeon Perforates Organs During ERCP Procedure

Nottingham Coroner’s Court has heard evidence relating to the deaths of Mr Doleman and three other patients – Anita Burkey, Carol Cole and Peter Sellars, following endoscopic procedures carried out at Queen’s Medical Centre Hospital (part of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust) by Gastroenterologist Dr Rajaram between April and November 2020. The inquest is set
NHS Never Events: The Most Common Medical Accidents April 2019 – February 2020

The term ‘Never Event’ was first introduced by Ken Kizer, former chief executive of the National Quality Forum in the United States and was in reference to particularly shocking medical errors which should never occur if the available preventable measures are implemented. An NHS Never Event is an umbrella term for a series of avoidable

Get in touch

Devonshires Claims
Ground Floor
30 Finsbury Circus
Finsbury, London