Construction Unit’s update on RAAC in Schools

One of the mainstays of the Davies and Partners Solicitors construction unit is the procurement of schools required under section 106 agreements. It is sad to learn of the disruption caused by RAAC in old school buildings and the impact this will have, particularly on pupils already impacted by recent Covid lockdowns and strikes. The […]

Parents call for ‘Martha’s Rule’ after daughter’s tragic death from Sepsis

Davies and Partners’ Chief Executive and Head of Medical Negligence Ewan Lockhart has been acting for the family of Martha Mills, who died tragically when she was 13 from sepsis while being treated at King’s College Hospital (KCH) in South London, following an injury to her pancreas.  Martha’s parents, Merope Mills and Paul Laity, have been […]

Gloucester 10K celebrates raising over £100,000 for Charities since 2014

This year’s Gloucester 10K race, (23 June), provided a double celebration, marking not only the 10th time the race has been run, but also almost a decade of fund raising, which has generated over £100,000 for local and national charities. The Gloucester 10K race was resurrected with the help of Davies and Partners back in […]

A Marathon Birthday Celebration!

For most people a 60th birthday celebration would involve a party, opening presents and eating cake with friends and family – but not for Davies and Partners’ Director Nigel Tillott, who chose to mark his big day by taking part in his 60th Marathon race! Nigel, who heads up the Firm’s Gloucester Office, only took […]

Update on Covid Vaccine Damage (VDPA) Claims

In January 2022 we reported that vaccinations against Coronavirus (COVID-19) had been added to the list of vaccinations for which people may claim a Vaccine Damage Payment. (VDPA) (see post)  The Vaccine Damage Payment scheme had at that time, already approved and paid some applications in respect of vaccinations against COVID-19, where the individual had […]

James Wickett invited to House of Commons in support of bereaved families

House of Commons ‘Towards Justice’ Reception In support of bereaved families James Wickett, specialist medical negligence solicitor at Davies and Partners, was recently invited to the House of Commons to attend a committee room meeting hosted by Andrew Bidgend MP. The “Towards Justice Reception” was arranged to discuss evidence that the Liverpool Care Pathway, which involves […]

Substantial issues reported at University Hospitals Birmingham 

On Friday 10 March 2023, the Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care Board (ICB) reported “substantial issues” at University Hospitals Birmingham in relation to “culture, behaviour, leadership and governance that will need to be addressed”. This followed claims by the Parliamentary Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) to the BBC Newsnight programme that significant concerns about patient safety […]

Marvellous medicine

Davies and Partners is supporting – Hydrocephalus Awareness Week 6-12 March 2023 Did you know that Roald Dahl was pivotal in inventing a shunt?  Roald Dahl’s son Theo developed hydrocephalus after being hit by a car in New York. He had a shunt put in but it blocked frequently causing headaches, nausea and temporary blindness. […]

Davies and Partners appointed to Shine legal panel

In Hydrocephalus Awareness Week 6 – 12 March, Davies and Partners’ specialist medical negligence department is delighted to announce that the Firm has been appointed to the legal panel of Shine, the national charity that supports those with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. Davies and Partners’ partnership with Shine is led by Legal Director Katherine Pearce, […]

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