Oliver Thorne

Oliver is a campaigning medical negligence lawyer with a nationwide client base. He is spearheading the fight for justice of hundreds of British PIP breast implant victims in the French courts, while closer to home he deals with a wide variety of medical negligence cases, including birth injuries.

Making a medical amputation claim

medical negligence

When can a medical amputation claim be made? A medical amputation claim can be made where a medical error has resulted in a patient requiring an amputation. Mistakes that lead to amputation can arise when a medical condition is not diagnosed or treated at an early enough stage. Amputation can also result from surgical error.

Amputation caused by medical negligence

amputation caused by medical negligence

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Hospital death inquest makes national headlines

Oliver Thorne, a lawyer specialising in inquests into hospital deaths, has represented the family of Giles Cooper-Hall, who died at Derriford Hospital when he was just 16 hours old.  The inquest highlighted a series of issues, including a failure to follow his mother’s care plan, which could have contributed to Giles’s death. Other errors included

Multiple birth claims

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Claim for death caused by hospital negligence

Oliver recovers compensation for death caused by hospital negligence. Oliver Thorne, partner and head of medical negligence at Slee Blackwell Solicitors, has reached an out of court settlement for the family of Torbay woman,  Maureen Thompson, in a legal claim for death caused by hospital negligence. Maureen suffered a cardiac arrest and died in intensive

World Sepsis Day

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Hospital death contributed to by neglect

Maddy Lawrence inquest finds that hospital death was contributed to by neglect. An inquest has concluded that Maddy Lawrence, the 20-year-old student who died from an infection at Southmead Hospital, Bristol, in 2022, was the victim of lack of care. Medical staff at the hospital failed to identify that she had developed sepsis, despite a

Stroke misdiagnosis

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NICU care for twins

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Oliver Thorne appointed to AvMA Specialist Clinical Negligence Panel

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