clinical negligence

clinical negligence

As defined in the UK, actual or alleged negligence or breach of duty (including statutory or contractual duty) by a doctor, in connection with the provision of clinical services.
References in periodicals archive ?
LAW A firm HardingEvans hE as appointed Justin Chisnall as a solicitor to its clinical negligence department, enlarging the team to 18.
ALSTERS Kelley has appointed a new senior solicitor and head of clinical negligence and personal injury.
LAW firm Alsters Kelley has appointed a new senior solicitor and head of clinical negligence and personal injury.
ALSTERS Kelley LLP has appointed Tony Hall as senior solicitor and head of clinical negligence & personal injury.
A NICHE clinical negligence law firm has opened offices in Newcastle city centre.
Martin Hood, Partner in Lees Solicitors' Clinical Negligence team and Chief Assessor of the Law Society's Clinical Negligence panel outlines the issues that some of his clients have faced when dealing with cancer.
I would agree with Deborah Evans, CEO of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, that it is right that someone injured as a result of clinical negligence should be able to seek redress.
6m has been paid out for clinical negligence and personal injury claims since 2010.
Negligence payouts In the Examiner's Saturday, December 7 edition, our story about clinical negligence payouts by Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust reported a total of PS11,543,140 was paid in damages and costs for clinical negligence in 2012/13.
Our expert medical negligence lawyers are deft enough to tackle the most complex of clinical negligence claims," said a spokesperson for the esteemed medical negligence claims company,
The cost of clinical negligence continues to rise in South Africa (SA) with increases in both the number and value of claims; increases so significant that some specialties have been left questioning whether they should even continue to practise.
The Association's legal team defends members against claims for clinical negligence and allegations of professional misconduct, including fitness to practise.

Full browser ?