The Property Expenses Scheme (PES) rules set out the scope of the scheme.
This note focuses on how claims are valued. The general principle is that damages are paid to a claimant with the aim of restoring them (as far as possible) to the position they would have been in but for the negligence.
The Liabilities to Third Parties Scheme (LTPS) rules set out the scope of the scheme.
We received 1,833 incident claims for needlestick injuries between 2012-2017 (fiscal years). Of these, the 1,213 successful claims cost the NHS £4,077,441. This leaflet looks to shed light on some of the claims data we hold on needlestick injury claims, how they are caused and …
This leaflet provides context for claims cases, the importance of Nadine’s story and what patient-centred consent looks like.
This case story highlights the importance of effective integrated working for patients with vulnerabilities.
This case story highlights the need for a consistent emergency response to convulsions in children, looking specifically at sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.
This case story highlights the missed opportunities that could have prevented a cardiac arrest and subsequent severe hypoxic brain injury in an intensive care patient.