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Dawn Slow

Chartered Legal Executive, Medical Negligence

Areas of practice

Employee Navigation Medical Negligence

Dawn has over 30 years experience dealing with clinical negligence cases of all types including:

  • Complaints against any Medical Provider such as a Hospital, GP, Physiotherapist, Consultant etc.
  • Inquests and Incidents resulting in Fatality
  • Dental incidents particularly dealing with implants, resorption or periodontal disease
  • Ophthalmic incidents leading to blindness or partial sight particularly relating to Cataract surgery or Option Nerve Sheath Fenestration operations or damage to eye or eyelid following surgery
  • Failure to diagnose serious diseases such as Cancer, Crohns disease etc
  • Gynaecological or Obstetric injuries of any type
  • Catastrophic paediatric cases arising from poorly controlled or managed labour resulting in conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Erbs Palsy/Brachial Plexus injury/Shoulder dystocia and/or a difficult labour leading to symptoms of Dyspraxia (lack of co-ordination).
  • Any incidents of potentially negligent medical treatment leading to or resulting in brain damage.
  • Failure of hospital to diagnose damage to tendons particularly if it transpires the tendons have snapped or been cut.
  • Failure to diagnose or properly treat severe illnesses in children by hospital or GP.
  • Failure to properly diagnose or treat any condition leading to Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).

 

Dawn is also:-

Secretary to LLR CBIT Family Support Group
Trustee of LLR Headway and Vice Chair of Fundraising, Media and Politics Committee

and has won the following awards:-

Winner of ILEX Pro Bono Award 2006
Winner Leicestershire Law Society Chartered Legal Executive of the Year 2013

 

Dawn was a co-author along with a Consultant Neuropsychologist of “Clinical and legal issues associated with the use of cycle helmets” published in Social Care and Neurodisability Journal – Issue 4 2012.

In her free time, Dawn loves spending time with her family here and overseas.
She would like to say that she is a Beagle owner but feels that it is probably more the other way round and her Beagle owns her!