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Our medicolegal advice service is open to members with urgent queries and medicolegal emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
If you encounter such an emergency please call 0800 561 9090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Factsheets provide only a general overview of the topic and should not be relied upon as definitive guidance.
If you are a Medical Protection member and you are facing an ethical or legal dilemma, contact an adviser.
If you find yourself in the media spotlight please get in touch and we can provide experienced advice and support, including liaising with journalists and providing statements on your behalf.
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Factsheets are short guides to particular medicolegal issues providing essential and practical advice for members in the UK.
MPS launched its Striking a Balance campaign in June 2017, setting out a package of legal reforms to control the spiralling costs of clinical negligence and strike a balance between compensation that is reasonable, but also affordable.
You'll notice a few things have changed on our website. After asking our members what they want in an online platform, we've made it easier to access our membership benefits and created a more personalised user experience.
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