The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) recently called for mandatory speed restrictions on e-scooters and for e-scooter riders to wear safety helmets as part of a consultation into their...Read more
This tragic case once again highlights the importance of making sure that Hospitals have in place robust systems and procedures to ensure that the signs of serious and potentially life threatening conditions are recognised as early as possible.
There appears to have been a number of opportunities for Clare’s condition to have been diagnosed and treated which could have prevented any long term damage from occurring. Hopefully the settlement that has been agreed on Clare’s behalf will guarantee that she will receive both the support and medical care that she will need for the remainder of her life and provide her and her family with long term financial security.
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