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Basildon Inquest – Serious failings in the hospital care of mother after childbirth

News article published on: 18th January 2020

Gabriela Pintilie lost six litres of blood after giving birth to her daughter via cesaran section at Basildon University Hospital in February 2019.The Romanian born mother bled to death several hours after doctors conducted emergency surgery and serious delays followed, along with a failure to deliver the right further care. Our client, Ionel Pintilie. Gabriela’s […]

Inquest held for former cab driver

News article published on: 17th January 2020

A former black cab driver starved himself to death in hospital after being allowed to refuse food and drink despite having a history of mental health problems, the inquest heard on 16 January 2020. Mr Frederick Payne died 31 days after he was admitted to the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow. When he died he weighed […]

New Year, New Lease – Leasehold Reforms

News article published on: 10th January 2020

Following consultation, in 2018, and having received over 2600 responses to the consultation, on the 9th January 2020 the Law Commission published its recommendations for simplifying the process by which Tenants can acquire their freeholds or extend their leases. The aim of the reforms are to make it simpler and cheaper for Tenants to buy […]

Inquest into death of Gabriela Pintilie concludes

News article published on: 8th January 2020

Gabriela’s husband Ionel Pintilie said: “Losing Gabriela at a time that should have been one of the happiest of our lives was devastating for us as a family. But, to hear the catalogue of errors before her death, including the fact that she was not given the blood products that could have saved her life, […]

Inquest of Gabriela Pintilie’s death continues

News article published on: 8th January 2020

During the second day the anaesthetist wept as he described being unable to save Gabriela. Commenting on the inquest Stephanie Prior, Head of Clinical Negligence said “The inquest is proving  to be a very upsetting and harrowing process for my client and his family. They are putting themselves through this in the hope they will […]

Inquest into death of mum at troubled maternity unit to be held

News article published on: 6th January 2020

An inquest into the death of a mum at a scandal-hit maternity ward hours after she gave birth will begin on Monday. Gabriela Pintilie, 36, who is originally from Romania, gave birth to her daughter in February last year, but died the following day at Basildon University Hospital. The baby girl survived unharmed. The maternity […]

The New Law for Cohabitation

News article published on: 3rd January 2020

Opposite-sex couples are now able to register a civil partnership and receive financial benefits and better protection in case of break-ups or death. This move follows a Supreme Court ruling which allows heterosexual couples who do not wish to marry, to put their relationship on a stronger footing in relation to tax, inheritance, pension and […]

Wypadki rowerowe – często zadawane pytania

News article published on: 2nd January 2020

Przeciwko komu kieruję sprawę? Teoretycznie Twoje roszczenie zostanie wniesione przeciwko drugiej osobie zaangażowanej w kolizję, w praktyce jednak rozpatrzone zostanie przez firmę ubezpieczeniową. Czy wciąż mogę wnieść sprawę jeśli jestem częściowo winny? Tak. Będziemy w stanie ustalić, w jakim stopniu ponosisz odpowiedzialność za wypadek. W takich sytuacjach zazwyczaj dochodzi do porozumienia z firmą ubezpieczeniową na […]

Personal Injury Solicitor takes on dual role

News article published on: 20th December 2019

Blanca Diego Casas has recently gained dual qualification. She has qualified as a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales. This is in addition to her Spanish Abogada status. Blanca deals with a wide range of personal injury claims including employer’s liability, public liability and road traffic accident claims for Spanish citizens injured […]

Hampstead solicitor becomes notary public

News article published on: 19th December 2019

Hampstead solicitor Elspeth Neilson of Osbornes Law has qualified as a notary public (a notary), meaning she can now certify documents for use overseas. Notarial appointments are made by the Archbishop of Canterbury who confirmed Elspeth’s appointment earlier this year. Elspeth is a private client partner in the firm and splits her time between Osbornes’ […]

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