18 September 2017

Medical Negligence: who are the best experts?

Medical experts are key to success in any medical negligence case. Given their ability to make or break a case, what is it that we look for in an expert?

Bridget Hughes

13 September 2017

Welcome comment from Lord Justice Jackson

The recent case of FB v Rana is helpful in many ways: It clearly sets out that where a doctor, in a particular post, does not exercise the degree of skill for the task in hand the Health Trust is liable. 

Kate Rohde

12 September 2017

Is a mother giving birth a primary or secondary victim?

RE v Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

Reference: [2017] EWHC 824 (QB)

Kate Rohde

22 May 2017

Choosing a Solicitor for a Brain Injury Compensation Claim

If you are reading this it is likely that you, or a loved one has suffered a brain injury.  This might be a traumatic brain injury (tbi), caused in a road traffic or workplace accident, or as a result of clinical negligence – for example failure to treat a stroke, or anaesthetic error.

Terrence Donovan

14 March 2017

“Realising Realistic Medicine” The Reports of Scotland’s Chief Medical Officer are welcome news for doctors and patients

I read with interest the second Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, Dr Catherine Calderwood, which was published at the end of February. The report is Dr Calderwood’s second since she took up the post in March 2015, her first report having caused something of a stir, not just in Scotland, but in England and Wales too. 

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