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Hill Dickinson
Over the years, there has been a gradual rise in the role of the pharmacist in patient care in both the hospital and community setting and more recently in the primary care setting.
Leigh Day
The alleged harvesting of body parts by an orthopaedic surgeon at a Birmingham private hospital is being investigated by police, it is reported by The Independent.
Leigh Day
They blame a lack of training, a lack of transparency, a failure to learn from mistakes and to change practice when it is clear where things have gone wrong.
Leigh Day
In December 2012, Averil was found unconscious on the floor of her university flat. She was taken to hospital but it took a further three days for the local eating...
Butcher & Barlow
Congratulations from the Butcher & Barlow team to our newly qualified Solicitor Tom Sedley.Tom joined Butcher & Barlow in 2017 as a paralegal, before commencing his training contract in September 2018
Clyde & Co
The recent decision in Fimbank PLC v. KCH Shipping Co. Ltd [2020] EWHC 1765 (Comm) is a stark reminder of the importance in recovery claims of making inquiries as to the existence of a demise (bareboat) charter.
Clyde & Co
In an interesting case for practitioners, the High Court considered issues of capacity, consent and contributory negligence following an RTA in which the Claimant was a passenger driven by his intoxicated friend.
Clyde & Co
The Claimant was a HGV fitter and sustained shoulder, neck and back injuries when falling from a ladder on a tanker. Primary liability was admitted.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
In 2018 Donald Insall successfully referred a dispute to adjudication.
Leigh Day
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust has settled the case out of court after it admitted that a laparoscopy should have been performed in 2001
Clyde & Co
In a decision which will impact insurers' and defendant strategies where there has been a potential abuse of the Practice Direction 8B process, ...
Leigh Day
The sounds of a call for a public inquiry into incidents of poor care around childbirth in the UK are becoming increasingly louder.
Leigh Day
A widow whose husband was killed while dismantling a large vessel in a shipbreaking yard on the beaches of Bangladesh can press ahead with her claim against the UK-based shipping company...
Leigh Day
A man, aged 65 known only as T to protect his identity, has settled his clinical negligence claim against the St Cross Hospital in Rugby after he underwent a number of hip procedures, and also suffered a perforated bowel that could have been avoided.
4 New Square Chambers
It is not uncommon for defendants to professional negligence claims to argue that the claimant should be barred from recovering damages because his or her cause of action is tarred by illegality.
Giambrone & Partners
Irrespective of where you are in the world the expectation of the duty of care owed by medical professionals to their patients should be to the highest standards and consistent.
Anthony Gold
An interesting case in which judgment was relatively recently handed down is that of Thomas Bradfield-Kay v Marcus Cope...
Mayer Brown
The English Courts have in recent years held that parties must comply with the strict wording of procedural matters in contracts, such as notice provisions...
Anthony Gold
One of the most common considerations in litigation is the issue of conflict of interest and experts.
Giambrone & Partners
Accidents are one of the most unwelcome things in life and they are not always unfortunate unavoidable events; negligent individuals and organisations are frequently responsible.
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