Delays in cancer treatment are occurring in 75% of hospital Trusts.

Unfortunately in some situations time is a critical factor because often the earlier a diagnosis is made and treatment commenced, the better the chances of a patient making a good recovery. If treatment is delayed, this can lead to permanent complications and health issues which could potentially have been avoided. By way of an example, Read More …

Specialist Dental Negligence Solicitors

Here at Gregory Abrams Davidson LLP, we have noticed an increase in claims concerning dental negligence.  Examples of dental negligence include a failure to treat tooth decay, nerve damage caused during dental treatment, a failure to properly undertake root canal treatment leading to the loss of the tooth, orthodontic errors, incorrectly fitting crowns / bridges Read More …

Dr George Rowland – Litigation Deadline Extended

The deadline for those wishing to register a claim relating to treatment they have received from Dr George Rowland, Uro-gynaecologist, has been extended to 29 October 2010. The complaints against Dr Rowland include misdiagnosis, unnecessary and/or incorrect treatment and a failure to provide adequate aftercare. If you were treated by Dr Rowland and have suffered Read More …

Deadline set for claims against Dr George Rowlands

Claims against hospitals in respect of treatment provided by Dr George Rowlands, uro-gynaecologist must, under a recently agreed protocol, be lodged by 4pm on 10 September 2010. Around 200 patients who were treated at the Liverpool Women’s Hospital for incontinence have already come forward to sue the hospital. The complaints against Mr Rowlands include misdiagnosis, unnecessary Read More …

Have you received treatment from Mr George Rowland?

Liverpool Womens Hospital is currently reviewing the practice of Mr George Rowland, a Consultant Urogynaecologist, with the Trust. The patients in question underwent surgery between 2001 and 2008 for specific problems such as urinary incontinence and vaginal prolapse. The Trust has referred Mr Rowland to the General Medical Council. If you have received treatment from Read More …