Personal injury

29 July 2020

Lady Brownlie successful in the Court of Appeal

Brownlie v FS Cairo (Brownlie No.2)

The Court of Appeal has today handed down its judgment by a 2-1 majority has rejected the Defendant’s jurisdiction challenge in this case.  

Terrence Donovan

22 June 2020

Living with a Spinal Injury

Sustaining a spinal injury is a life changing event.  A variety of symptoms can present.  For example, loss of limb function, sensory disturbance or loss of bowel and bladder function.  This makes it essential that an individual who has suffered a spinal injury accesses specialist medical and rehabilitative treatment as soon as possible to achieve the best possible outcome.

Richard Lodge

19 November 2019

The performance of kindness in medicine and its impact on medical negligence

Can being kind improve the delivery of medical assistance? I think it may well have an impact on the numbers of medical negligence claims brought against the NHS.

Christopher James

3 October 2019

Jurisdictional Gateways in Personal Injury claims

Lady Christine Brownlie (Claimant) v Four Seasons Holdings Incorporated (Defendant) and FS Cairo (Nile Plaza) LLC (Proposed Defendant)

Terrence Donovan

20 August 2019

Personal Injury and Medical Negligence Limitation Period

If you are considering claiming  compensation for medical negligence or personal injury, it is important to be aware of the time limit for making a claim.   This time limit is known as the ‘limitation period’. 

Punam Sood

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