Revisiting the Test of Material Contribution in Clinical Negligence Claims following Davies v Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
In Davies v Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 169 (QB), the High Court considered the question of causation in circumstances where the deceased had suffered from acute pneu...
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