The judgment of the Supreme Court in Khan v Meadows  UKSC 21 concerns the issue of whether factually caused loss is within the scope of the duty of care in negligence, i.e. the SAAMCO principle. It was heard by an expanded panel of the Supreme Court and heard with the case of Manchester Building […]
The case of Brint, which largely turns on the evidence, demonstrates that Claimants who are “wholly unreliable” are not necessarily fundamentally dishonest. Introduction The Claimant’s claim arises following an extravasation injury following a CT scan with contrast carried out at the Defendant’s King George Hospital. The claim is for negligent treatment, alleging that proceeding without the […]
In a case, which largely turned on its facts, HHJ Cotter QC, sitting as a High Court Judge found that the Defendant Trust was not liable for failing to return the Claimant to surgery prior to a significant neurological deterioration in his condition. Facts On the 9th June 2015, the Claimant underwent a complex operation […]
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