The Medical Negligence team at Osborne Morris & Morgan have recently won the highest regional ranking in the Chambers & Partners Guide and recovered millions of pounds in compensation for their clients. And now, David Turner, who is head of Medical Negligence and a Senior Partner at the firm, has recently been reaccredited as a […]Read Article
Birth is a normal and natural process for the majority of mothers and their babies. Unfortunately though, complications can occur during pregnancy and birth which can cause injuries. It is thankfully rare, but sometimes these injuries cause life long disabilities and conditions like Cerebral palsy, which can have an enormous impact for those affected and […]Read Article
Prior to undergoing any treatment, as a patient, you must agree to what is proposed based on a full understanding of what is to happen. This is known as giving consent and it is needed regardless of the procedure. For your consent to be valid, it must be voluntary and informed, and you must have […]Read Article
If you believe you have suffered from Medical Negligence, it is vital that you have access to specialist legal assistance to help you prove your case. But what actually happens during a Medical Negligence claim? Here, we take you through our step by step guide on what actually happens during a Medical Negligence claim process: […]Read Article
The human brain is an incredible organ that controls all functions of the body. It is unfortunately also one of the most vulnerable to injury, which can cause life-changing conditions from personality and behavioural changes, to being left in a permanent state of minimal consciousness. Brain injuries can be caused by anything from illness to […]Read Article
You may have heard that there is a three year limit to making a claim for Medical Negligence, and for most cases, this is true. There are various reasons for this rule, including that with the passage of time, it may be more difficult to gather evidence. So, if more than three years has passed […]Read Article
Starting a Medical Negligence claim can seem quite intimidating but knowledge and the right professional support can make all the difference. Here are some of the common questions we’re often asked; 1. What is Medical Negligence? Medical Negligence (also known as Clinical Negligence) refers to the treatment provided by a medical professional which falls below […]Read Article
In today’s NHS, a recent estimate suggests that it treats a million patients every thirty-six hours. With an aging population, particular lifestyle factors and rising costs, the system is at crisis point and unfortunately, mistakes are inevitable. If the mistake is avoidable, it could constitute Medical Negligence (also known as Clinical Negligence) and it is […]Read Article
If you are thinking of making a claim for Medical Negligence, sometimes known as Clinical Negligence, it is advisable to appoint a solicitor to act for you – but what do you need to consider when choosing a solicitor to act for you? Do your own research Choosing the right solicitor can be a daunting […]Read Article
While most people are in good hands with the medical profession, it’s an unfortunate reality that mistakes do happen. Due to the nature of the procedures involved, those mistakes can be devastating, potentially impacting in all areas in your life. If you can prove that your condition was caused by negligence, you have the option of […]Read Article
Osborne Morris & Morgan have double the reason to celebrate after winning, not one, but two awards at this year’s SME Bedfordshire Business Awards.
The firm were delighted to receive the ‘Leighton Buzzard Business of the Year’ and also the ‘Training & Development’ award for their continuous commitment to investing in their employees.