19 February 2021 - Written by Cassandra Williams
In Brint v Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust  EWHC 290 (QB), HHJ Platts, sitting as a High Court Judge, declined to make a finding of fundamental ...
26 January 2021 - Written by Shilpa Shah
Whilst clinical negligence practitioners are especially accomplished in ensuring that they properly advise their clients to claim an interim payment on account of damages when this best suits their client’s needs, the opportunity of seeking an interim payment on...
21 April 2020 - Written by Thomas Herbert
It is well-known that, in principle, the costs of an inquest are recoverable in a subsequent clinical negligence claim. The leading case in this regard, also well-known, is Roach v Home Office  QB 256. Ever...
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- Vicarious Liability and the Non-Delegable Duty in the Context of Dental Negligence Claims: Hughes v Rattan
- Secondary Victims: Still Second-Class Claimants?