AML: HMRC flexes enforcement muscle to the tune of £7.8 million
The government and the health service need to make this clear if future costly litigation is to be reduced.
The recent decision of Mrs Justice McGowan in the case of FE (represented by his Litigation Friend PE) v. St Georges University Hospitals NHS Trust demonstrates the dangers run by Defendants in defending claims where the medical records and recording of notes is extremely poor.
Families affected by a birth injury are often reluctant to pursue a claim against the NHS or private hospital involved with their child’s birth. They may be distraught and finding it difficult to come to terms with the devastating news that their child has a catastrophic brain injury.
The focus of this blog is caesaren section and is the sixth and final blog in our birth injury series.
This blog first appeared in At Home Magazine.
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