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Carol Maunder
 

When worst fears become reality

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It can be an incredibly difficult decision to terminate a pregnancy and harder still to follow through on that course. At the very least you would hope for some peace of mind knowing you made the right choice, given the circumstances, for the right reasons. ...

New President at the Bournemouth & District Law Society

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Dutton Gregory, solicitors, is delighted to announce the appointment of Carol Maunder to the role of President of the Bournemouth & District Law Society. Carol is a partner at Dutton Gregory, solicitors and Head of the Clinical Negligence Department...

£16,500 damages agreed for negligent surgery on arm

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Carol Maunder, Partner and Head of the Clinical Negligence Department, acted as the Solicitor for the claimant on the case outlined below (Relfe v Hywel Dda Local Health Board). The facts In December 2010, the claimant was...

Claim for negligent surgery of fractured arm settles for £16,500

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The facts On 4.12.10, the Claimant was involved in a car accident. She was taken to Aberystwyth Hospital by ambulance, x-rayed and advised that she had broken her right arm in two places. On 5.12.10,...

Case Study - Carol Maunder

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Type of Injury: Spinal infection Court title: Deane-Cutler v Frimley Health NHS...

Stillbirth - Case Note

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Stillbirth Damages for pain, suffering and loss of amenity: £20,763 Total damages agreed: £25,000 Sex: Female Age: 34 The facts The Claimant's baby was stillborn on 14/12/10. She had significant...

Heartbroken Family Plan to Sue Hospital Over Teenager's Death

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The devastated family of a teenager who died after doctors failed to spot a fatal condition plan to sue Poole Hospital. Hannah Kirby-Brewer, who suffered from cerebral palsy and epilepsy, died after suffering terminal bowel ischemia. An inquest heard...

Hayes v Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

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The claimant, who had a significant medical history in relation to pregnancies, was 34 when her baby was stillborn in December 2010. After her waters broke early, at 27 weeks and four days into the pregnancy, she was admitted to the Princess Anne Hospital...