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Case of Note: Evie Toombes v. Dr. Mitchell (High Court 21 December 2020 – Lambert J. and 1 December 2021 – Judge Coe QC)

Introduction This was an unusual case which appeared before the High Court on two occasions.  It involved alleged negligence by Dr. Mitchell, a general practitioner, in giving advice to Evie’s mother in February 2001 concerning folic acid supplements.  Evie was born in November 2001 and …

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Case of note: Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust . AKC (High Court, 29 September 2021 – Steyn J. and Master Brown)

This was a complex and high value clinical negligence case involving the treatment of a cerebral arterio-venous malformation in 2012.  The trust admitted liability and settlement received court approval in 2019.  Solicitors for the claimant submitted a bill of costs exceeding £1m.  NHS Resolution argued …

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2021 Scorecards launch

Our 2021 Claims scorecards were launched on 14 September and are available to members via our extranet. The individual scorecards allows our members to view both clinical and non-clinical claims, by type and cost. The scorecards play a pivotal role in allowing NHS trusts and …

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Re-launch of the third year of the maternity incentive scheme

The maternity incentive scheme supports the Maternity Safety Ambition by incentivising ten essential actions designed to improve the delivery of best practice in maternity and neonatal services. In light of Covid-19 pressures on the NHS and maternity services, the maternity incentive scheme Collaborative Advisory Group …

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Case of note: Collyer v. Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust (High Court, 20/12/2019 – Judge Coe QC)

Introduction Mr Collyer, who had a history of laryngeal cancer, underwent a laryngectomy (surgical removal of the larynx) in February 2014. He has been free of cancer since then but has almost no movement in his tongue as a result of significant damage to both hypoglossal …

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