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Congratulations to Lizzy!

Written by Tom Barnes on 10 January 2024

Congratulations are in order for Paralegal, Lizzy Bellamy who has passed her LPC LMM qualification with Distinction from the University of Law Lizzy has worked very hard over the last 2 years, studying while working in our Medical Negligence team Well done Lizzy from all at BTTJ Solicitors!! Read On

Volunteering for Guys Gift

Written by Tom Barnes on 31 July 2023

Here at BTTJ we recently took on a volunteering task for our charity of the year Guy's Gift. We assisted the charity by making up 19 bereavement resource packs for local Coventry & Warwickshire schools. Read On

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2023

Written by Tom Barnes on 15 May 2023

This year’s theme is anxiety, anxiety is a normal emotion in us all, but sometimes it can get out of control and become a mental health problem. However, there is a lot of support around to help those suffering with anxiety and with all mental health conditions. Read On


Nottingham University Hospitals Trust Fined £800,000

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BTTJ’s Charity Snowdon Trek

Written by Richard Stanford on 25 April 2023

On Saturday 20th May, some of our team at BTTJ will be taking part in a Snowdon Expedition – We’ll be trekking up to the summit of Snowdon to raise money for local children’s bereavement support charity Guy’s Gift. Read On

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Settlement Delays for Victims of Clinical Negligence

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Tom Barnes re-accredited as a Law Society Clinical Negligence Scheme Member

Written by Tom Barnes on 11 April 2023

Tom Barnes, Partner & head of our Medical Negligence team, has had his re-accreditation application for The Law Society's Clinical Negligence Accreditation as a scheme member successfully renewed. Accreditations are renewed every 12 months. Read On

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2023

Written by Tom Barnes on 8 March 2023

International Women's Day is a global recognition day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. It honours women of the past, present, and future generations who have fought for change in gender equality and funding female-focused charities. Read On

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Strike action brings increased risk of claims against the NHS

Written by Richard Stanford on 27 February 2023

The ongoing strikes of nurses, ambulance workers and now junior doctors could bring a tidal wave of medical negligence claims against the NHS. Delays in treatment resulting in serious harm is likely to provide patients or their families grounds for action. Read On

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Our Clinical Negligence team pass their Legal Aid Agency Annual Review

Written by Tom Barnes on 8 February 2023

Our Clinical Negligence Team have passed their Legal Aid Agency annual review for 2023. The Legal Aid Agency's responsibilities include making sure legal aid services from solicitors, barristers and the not-for-profit sector are available to the general public. They are an executive agency, sponsored by the Ministry of Justice. Read On