Author: Ana Vasuian

Supporting APIL’s Injury Prevention Week 2022 – 27 June -1 July

Medical Accident Group is supporting the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers’ (APIL) Injury Prevention Week.  This year, APIL is focusing on the rise in incidents caused by e-scooters.

Medical Accident Group and Acorns children’s hospice

Because we at Medical Accident Group specialise in clinical negligence and catastrophic personal injury claims, we often act for children in the work that we do; they often have severe and life-limiting injuries. We are part of HCR, but our expertise is utterly focused on this work.

Donating to mark World Cancer Day

When your child has cancer, a cup of tea and free cake might seem such a small thing, but when it shows that someone has your back and knows that hospital visits can be expensive, that means much more.

Worcester lantern walk brings bereaved together to remember their loved ones

On 12 December, Medical Accident Group’s Barbara Wright took part in the Footsteps Lantern Walk – a walk to remember loved ones at Christmas.

Medical Accident Group running for George Coller Memorial Fund charity

Running to raise money for the George Coller Memorial Fund

Laura Widdowson of Medical Accident Group team completed the Couch to 5k challenge with her son Owen, raising a total of £700 for the George Coller Memorial Fund.

Doctor talking to and comforting patient at hospital

Spire Healthcare review of gynaecologist’s patients

Spire Healthcare have begun contacting former patients of Philip Kaloo, as part of a review of treatment performed on patients under his care.

Inez Brown, head of medical Accident Group standing outdoors

Inez Brown takes the chair at West Midlands IoD

Inez Brown, has been appointed chair of the West Midlands region of the Institute of Directors (IoD).

Two people working for medical charities sitting down to discuss how cancer death rate is rising because of the covid-19 lockdown

Charities warn cancer death rate could rise due to Covid-19 lockdowns

Cancer charities are concerned the cancer death rate could rise after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mother feeding her baby with bottle of milk

Call for “immediate and essential” action following Shrewsbury baby deaths inquiry

Seven “immediate and essential” actions have been identified for maternity services across England, after the independent inquiry into Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust found repeated failures that led to avoidable deaths of mothers and babies, in an interim report.