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Clinical Medical Negligence

Medical Negligence cases and legal advice for claiming medical negligence sustained in the UK.

Talisman Property Co (UK) Ltd v Norton Rose (A Firm) [2005] EWHC 2793 (Ch) (18 November 2005)

Solicitors: Although the Defendant firm had admittedly served the incorrect notice in respect of the renewal of a tenancy under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, as no compensation had been payable to the actual tenant under the mistakenly served notice, no recovery could be made on that basis. The......

Telles v South West Strategic Health Authority [2008] EWHC 292 (QB) (26 February 2008)

The Claimant was diagnosed at birth with pulmonary valve atresia. An infusion was performer to improve the oxygen levels. A further operation was carried out to insert a shunt between the left subclavian artery and the left pulmonary artery thereby passing the closed or near closed pulmonary valve.......

Thompson v Bradford [2005] EWCA Civ 1439 (29 November 2005)

Where a doctor had failed to advise that the consequences of an injection might cause discomfort during imminent surgery he should not be liable for the unforeseeable development of a vaccine strain disease caused by the operation. ......

Wright v. Basildon and Thurrock Hospital NHS Trust [2011] EWHC 3980 (QB) - 7th December 2011

Hospital Trust Granted Summary Judgment In Clinical Negligence Claim Where Claimant Debarred From Relying On New Expert Evidence:-Judge Stockdale QC (sitting as a deputy High Court judge) granted the Defendant hospital trust summary judgment in respect of all outstanding issues in the underlying cl......

Wright v. Cambridge Medical Group (A Partnership) [2011] EWCA Civ 669, 9 June 2011

The Court of Appeal held that the judge below had erred, both in law and on the facts, to hold that the respondent GP's negligent delay in referring the appellant patient to hospital, and which hospital had negligently delayed the correct diagnosis of the patient's condition, had not been causative......

Zarb v Odetoyinbo [2006] EWHC 2880 (QB) (20 November 2006)

The general practitioner's failure to immediately refer a patient suffering from bilateral sciatica to a surgeon was not negligent. On the facts, a surgeon would not have been negligent in not admitting the patient for surgery, and so it followed that the general practitioner could not be negligent......

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