14 July 2021 - Written by Nikhil Arora
In King v Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 1576 (QB), the High Court once again demonstrated the difficulties faced by Claimants who suffer psychiatric condi...
8 February 2021 - Written by Gareth McAloon
'Seconds Out!': Secondary Victim Claims Arising from Clinical Negligence to go to the Court of Appeal
Claims by secondary victims arising from clinical negligence have for many years been a battleground between Claimants and the NHS, particularly where the psychiatric damage that is the subject of the claim occurs many months after the purported breach of duty in...
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