The “negligence” of NHS staff at a mental health unit led directly to the death of a man who was refused help, an expert has concluded.
Fatal Accident Inquiry
The pilot of a helicopter which crashed and killed 10 people was deemed “very good” in a proficiency check just months before the accident, an inquiry has heard.
Dundee boxer “Iron” Mike Towell’s fatal fight should never have gone ahead, a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) into his death has concluded.
Dundee boxer Mike Towell’s death could have been avoided if he had disclosed epileptic fits to doctors assessing his fitness to fight, a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) has ruled.
The mum of a man who died in police custody fears she will never get the closure she needs about his death.
The family of a man who took his own life days after he was allegedly turned away from Carseview have repeated calls for a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) into his death.
Former boxing manager Tommy Gilmour told a fatal accident inquiry into the death of Mike Towell he knew nothing of him suffering headaches or seizures before he died.
Tragic Dundee boxer Mike Towell told a doctor he was “feeling great and ready to box” in the weeks before his death, a fatal accident inquiry heard.
Dundee boxer Mike Towell’s last words to his trainer before he collapsed in the ring were “Get me up off the deck, boss”, a fatal accident inquiry heard.
A fatal accident inquiry into the death of a man who discharged himself from a mental health facility has concluded his death was unavoidable.
The family of a Dundee man who committed suicide after allegedly being turned away from a mental health crisis centre hope a fatal accident inquiry could soon be ordered into his death.
The heartbroken partner of a Dundee man who died after the gritter he was driving flipped has finally broken her silence on the accident that took his life.
A Dundee mum has issued a heartfelt plea for authorities to tell her how her boy died in police custody — two years on from the tragedy.
The mum of a young Dundee dad who took his own life after seeking treatment at the Carseview Centre has hit out at workers.
A young dad’s death may have been avoided if he had been properly diagnosed, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
A Dundee worker heard “a clatter of steel” and was greeted by a “horrendous” sight, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
A leading clinical psychologist has admitted “systems failings” in Dundee’s Carseview Centre could have led to the death of a city man.
The death of a Dundee man could probably have been prevented if appropriate treatment had been given, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
A doctor who discharged a man from Carseview days before he took his own life said the patient gave no hint he had plans to hang himself.
A doctor said he had no “significant concerns” about a man who killed himself days after leaving a Dundee mental health facility.