Herald - Issue 448

Page 66 • The HERALD • 26th October 2023 v INDEPENDENT, LOCAL AND PROUD v At Jasper Vincent we are experienced in pursuing successful medical negligence claims arising out of the NHS and the private healthcare sector. Jasper Vincent Solicitors Unit 1, Chevron Business Park Lime Kiln Lane Holbury Southampton SO45 2QL Tel: 023 8089 0919 e: waterside@jaspervincent.com www.jaspervincent.com Clinical Negligence Clinical negligence (or medical negligence) is a breach of duty of care by a healthcare professional or expert. We all hope that when the situation arises we will receive the highest levels of care, but regrettably problems can arise, standards of care may not be met and sometimes things can go wrong. ASK A PROFESSIONAL Jasper Vincent Welcome New Consultant Solicitor Jasper Vincent are pleased to announce that Steve Simpkins, has now joined their team as a Consultant Solicitor. Steve specialises in personal injury and clinical negligence compensation claims, having over 25 years of experience in these areas. He holds a Law Society Personal Injury Accreditation and has attained Senior Litigator status with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). Steve quali ed in 2001 and o ers expert legal advice to individuals who have suffered personal injury or clinical negligence. Never stu y and always caring, he has fought and won many di erent types of compensation claims. Steve has a number of Polish clients and he aims to meet the changing needs of his growing client base within the Polish community, living and working in the UK. He enjoys all genres of music, playing his guitar and spending time with his son and daughter. Steve comments: “I am looking forward to working with Jasper Vincent bringing my experience with these new services of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence to the firm.” You can contact Steve on: ssimpkins@ jaspervincent.com or call: 023 8063 3225 For more information about Jasper Vincent Solicitors please visit: www.jaspervincent.com Steve Simpkins Consultant Solicitor, Jasper Vincent Military Students Get Commercial Logistics Insight from Meachers Meachers Global Logistics is continuing to support students at the Defence College of Logistics, Policing & Administration (DCLPA) in Worthy Down to develop their understanding of commercial logistics. e 15 students, from the Defence School of Logistics and Administration (DSLA) Engineer Logistics Division, are currently studying the Military Engineer Logistics Supervisor course. ey visited Meachers’ warehouse facility in Nursling, Southampton to see the rst-hand the processes it uses and gain real-world insight into aspects of logistics relevant to their role. is included warehouse management, stocktaking and stock maintenance, equipment maintenance and inspection, and consignment tracking and systems administration. Gary Whittle, Commercial Director at Meachers, said: “We’re delighted the DCLPA sees value in its students visiting us, hearing from our team and seeing how we do things. We’re incredibly proud of the processes we’ve developed and honed over 60 years. These have enabled us to provide a first-class logistics service that our customers can depend on. We are only too happy to share these with the college to aid its students in their career development.” WO2 Tekbahadur Gurung, from the Engineer Logistics Division, Supply Training Wing at the DSLA, added: “On behalf of the college, I’d like to say a huge thank you to Gary and his team for welcoming our students again this year. These visits play a key part in helping us demonstrate how logistics can operate efficiently in the civilian world. Meachers has a great deal of knowledge and experience in this regard, and we’re grateful they are happy to share this with our students.” For more information, visit: meachersglobal. com 15 students and 3 instructors, from the Defence College of Logistics, Policing & Administration, visit Meachers Global Logistics to see how they operate