Published in July 2015
Clinical Negligence Claims: A Practical Guide provides a valuable reference source for clinical negligence practitioners, with insights into still developing areas of law.
Written by experienced members of the 9 Gough Square clinical negligence practice group, the 3rd edition provides a valuable reference source for clinical negligence practitioners, with insights into still developing areas of law.
For the personal injury lawyer who is new to the particular demands of clinical negligence work this book provides a welcome introduction to the practicalities of the law and procedure in the area.
For the experienced clinical negligence lawyer this book offers a handy reference source together with detailed consideration of the important areas in clinical negligence litigation. The book covers the intricacies of investigating breach of duty and causation through to the practicalities of case management and the calculation and management of damages. Specifically it covers:
- An Overview of Healthcare Bodies;
- Regulation of the Medical Profession;
- Funding Clinical Negligence Claims including Conditional Fee Agreements;
- Complaints, NHS Redress and the Pre-Action Protocol;
- Causation and Remoteness;
- Liability for Defective Medical Products;
- Regulation of Clinical Drugs Trials;
- Disclosure and Medical Records;
- Case Management and Expert Evidence;
- Alternatiive Dispute Resolution;
- Group Actions;
- Managing Awards;
- Healthcare Associated Infections;
- Regulation of Human Tissue.
The Book also includes a Glossary of Common Medical Abbreviations and Tables of Cases, Statutes and Statutory Instruments all cross referenced to the relevant page.
- John Foy QC
- Giles Eyre, barrister
- Christopher Wilson, barrister
- Jeremy Crowther, barrister
- Christopher Stephenson, barrister
- Giles Mooney, barrister
- Perrin Gibbons, barrister
- Adam Dawson, barrister
- Shahram Sharghy, barrister
- Robert McAllister, barrister
- Esther Pounder, barrister
- Oliver Millington, barrister
- Emily Verity, barrister
- Edward Lamb, barrister
- Benedict Rodgers, barrister
- Kate Lamont, barrister
- William Dean, barrister
- Laura Hibberd, barrister
The 4th edition of this guide will be launched in 2019.