Medical Negligence Claims department Accredited by AvMA

Stephanie Prior has been re-accredited to appear on the Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) legal panel. AvMA continues to provide advice and support to people affected by medical accidents and has succeeded in moving medical negligence higher up the UKs justice agenda. AvMA is also responsible for making clinical negligence a specialism within legal practice.

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Six figure Sum Awarded Following Medical Negligence Claim

Stephanie Prior, Head of Medical Negligence at Osbornes Solicitors has successfully negotiated an out of court six figure medical negligence claim settlement for her client who suffered from negligent medical treatment administrated by an NHS Trust. The client underwent a left total knee replacement which resulted in severe nerve damage to her knee and left

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Record Success for Osbornes as Chambers and Partners release results

Osbornes have achieved record results in the 2016 edition of the legal directory Chambers and Partners. The firm’s family and social housing departments have once again been recognised as leading teams in London and the UK, however this year, the firm’s personal injury department has also been ranked as a leading department for personal injury

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Award nominations for Osbornes Solicitors

Osbornes Solicitors have been shortlisted for two Halsbury legal awards. Chaired by independent judges, the awards recognise and celebrate exceptional talent and innovation across the legal sector. This year Osbornes have been shortlisted in the categories ‘Law Firm of the Year’ (50+ employees) and ‘Award for Business Development’. Jan Atkinson, Head of the Private Client

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Children’s Commissioner argues ‘Care Leavers should not have to fend for themselves at 18′

When we think of the care system in this country we envisage children being looked after by foster parents or by the local authority in children’s homes or in supportive accommodation. On their 18th birthday it is usual for children to be released from the care system to fend for themselves unless they are in

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Could Operation Yew Tree result in more child abuse offences being reported?

Figures published earlier this month suggested that the number of reported sex offences have increased by 8500 in the last year. Experts in the field don’t think this is because more children are being abused, rather with so many high profile scalps being taken by the police, more people now have the confidence to speak

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FGM is child abuse and attitudes must change

In late May, Nigeria became the latest country to pass a law banning Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). This somewhat barbaric act is designed to make sex uncomfortable for a woman, and prevent sexual promiscuity. It can lead to infections, infertility or even kill them, and is regarded as a form of child abuse in most

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Osbornes Expands Firm with Incorporation

Osbornes Solicitors LLP are delighted to announce the incorporation of Daniel and Harris to the firm from 1st July 2015. Daniel and Harris specialise in Divorce, Child Arrangements, Property, Probate, Trusts and Wills, have been providing expert legal advice to individuals for nearly 40 years, from the heart of the West Hampstead/Kilburn area. Throughout their

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Holiday Claims: Getting more than you ‘Packaged’ for!

For many of us a holiday is something that we have booked many months or even years in advance and it is seen as a well-deserved reward to allow us to spend time with our family and/or friends. However, it is not uncommon for things to go wrong or accidents to happen while on holiday

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Child sex abuse reports to police increase

According to the children’s charity the NSPCC, reports to the police over child sex abuse have increased by 38% from last year to this year. 31,000 sex abuse incidents were reported to the police, as against 22,500 in 2014. The charity suggests that the increase in reports are because children have become increasingly confident to

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