Why you should buy APIL Clinical Negligence
APIL Clinical Negligence focuses on the key and developing areas of clinical negligence including medical product claims. It combines know-how about conducting these claims with the latest thinking on new and developing areas of practice.
This new edition has been substantially revised to take account of:
* New Coroners Rules 2013
* Funding post-Jackson
* Causation - recent case-law such as AB & Others v MoD
* Medical Products - O'Byrne v Aventis Pasteur MSD
* Case Management - new standard directions for clinical negligence
* Changes to CPR affecting chapters on Experts, Part 36 and Damages
The Appendices include a glossary of medical abbreviations, suggested Model Directions in Clinical Negligence cases, and a comprehensive list of useful contact addresses.
The result is a highly practical work, offering detailed guidance and expert legal analysis that will be essential reading for all active and potential clinical negligence lawyers and should be of interest to those medical practitioners interested in the role of the expert witness in these cases.
Contributors: Jalil Asif QC, Kobre & Kim; Paul Balen, Solicitor and Consultant, Freeths; David Body, Solicitor and Partner, Irwin Mitchell; Dr Tom Boyd, General Practitioner; Ian Christian, Solicitor and Partner, Irwin Mitchell; Laura Craig, Solicitor, Slater & Gordon; Simon Cridland, Barrister, Serjeants’ Inn Chambers; Robert Dickason, Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers; Claire Fazan, Solicitor and Partner, Leigh Day & Co; Christopher Gibson QC, Outer Temple Chambers; Philip Havers QC, 1 Crown Office Row; Adrian Hopkins QC, Serjeants’ Inn Chambers; Jeremy Hyam, Barrister, 1 Crown Office Row; Mandy Luckman, Solicitor and Partner, Irwin Mitchell; David Marshall, Solicitor and Partner, Anthony Gold; Tom Mather, Solicitor and Partner, Irwin Mitchell; Claire McGregor, Barrister, 1 Crown Office Row; John McQuater, Solicitor and Partner, Atherton Godfrey; Jon Nicholson, Solicitor and Partner, Anthony Gold; Aaron Rathmell, Barrister, Serjeants’ Inn Chambers; Rosamund Rhodes-Kemp, Solicitor and Partner, Pattinson Brewer; Suzanne Staunton, Barrister, Guildhall Chambers.
Contributors to theFirst Edition Only: Margaret Bowron QC, 1 Crown Office Row; Jennifer Foster (SRN), formerly of Freeths; Tim Meakin, Barrister, 7 Bedford Row; Michael Mylonas QC, Serjeants’ Inn Chambers; Fiona Neale, Barrister, Hailsham Chambers; John Pickering, Solicitor, formerly Managing Partner, Irwin Mitchell;
Sarah Simcock, Barrister, Serjeants’ Inn Chambers.
The last few years have seen a veritable tsunami of reforms, which have changed the face of the clinical negligence claims process. Jackson, the abolition of legal aid and the inquest reforms amongst others have produced new challenges and opportunities for those willing to secure access to justice for patients. Read the full preface...
Table of contents
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Coping with Trauma
NHS Complaints Procedure and Redress
The Funding of Clinical Negligence Claims
Medical Treatment and Human Rights
The Duty of Care, Standard of Care and Establishing Breach of Duty
Claims Involving Medical Products
The Clinical Negligence Pre-Action Protocol
Case Management Directions
Instructing an Expert: A Medic’s Perspective
Part 36 Offers
Mediation and ADR
Entitlement to Damages
Schedules of Loss
Current Issues in the Assessment of Damages
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