Novum Law director Kim Chamberlain from our Swindon office is taking on the challenge of all challenges by running 1,084 miles for Silverlining, the brain injury charity. As the weather...Read more
We are proud to help make a difference in the lives of people who have been negligently harmed due to accidents, medical negligence, or asbestos exposure.
Our expert team of solicitors and lawyers are frequently active in the media commenting on high profile stories affecting our clients.
Take a look at our press and TV coverage below.
Delayed cancer diagnosis due to COVID-19
Novum Law client Sherwin Hall’s cancer spread when he couldn’t get an MRI scan during lockdown. The delayed diagnosis of his aggressive sarcoma cancer means he is now tragically facing a terminal prognosis.
BBC Yorkshire: Yorkshireman asks for caner scan 13 times before diagnosis
Yorkshire Evening Post: Dad-of-two from Leeds with ’30 tumours in lungs’ launches urgent fundraiser ‘to save his life’
Men’s Health: Is the UK on the Verge of a Cancer Crisis?
The Royal Gazette: Bermudian’s cancer story goes viral in England
The Guardian Audio: How cancer care was sidelined in the fight against Covid-19
Cancelled cancer clinical drug trial due to COVID-19
Novum Law client Wendy Peake who has eye cancer, was devastated when her potentially life-saving NHS clinical drug trial was cancelled indefinitely due to Covid-19.
Manchester Evening News: Mum given devastating news after going for routine eye test – she now needs your help to survive
The Sunday Times: Cancer sufferers go door to door to pay for private treatment
Delayed cancer treatment due to COVID-19
Rob McMahon, a retired NHS Chief Executive, has prostrate cancer. He experienced worrying cancer treatment delays during the COVID-19 lockdown and had to take matters into his own hands to get the timely treatment he needed.
Patient Safety Learning Hub: Man plans to sue NHS after cancer surgery delayed due to coronavirus
Misdiagnosis during COVID-19
A Novum Law client with serious life-threatening hernia complications almost died after being misdiagnosed and sent home from hospital on the first day of the lockdown as the NHS reduced normal services to focus on Covid-19.
Isle of Wight County Press: Man almost dies after “misdiagnosis” at St Mary’s Hospital