We have had many varied and interesting cases over the past 20 years and instructions recently which have showcased the huge cost-effectiveness and benefits of outsourcing such matters from the public and private sectors.
Such benefits include the collation and explanation of clinical notes and medical records.
Our recent instructions have been from:
- A large National firm of prominent personal injury and medical negligence Solicitors in conjunction with case management and liaising with a large ‘after event’ insurance company, this is an on-going involvement and up to January 2015 we have completed over 370 medical reports for them as well as Indexing and Paginating 100 sets of clinical notes in preparation for Trial
- Torbay NHS Trust, involving the making of a teaching video for nursing and clinical staff
- Consulted on misdiagnosis and incorrect medication at a hospital
- Citizens Advice Bureau at ATOS Health Assessment and a health/disability Tribunal appeal, which was successful
- Judiciary on criminal liability
- Indexing and Pagination services in preparation for Trial
- Helpline Volunteer at medicolegal and clinical negligence charity AvMA in Croydon – June 2014
- Attended Mediation and Arbitration seminar in Clinical Negligence Claims litigation, London, February 2016
- Attended and presented recent trends in Medical Negligence for 5R1 Seminar in London, March 2016
- Attended seminar and update on the ‘Montgomery judgement after Bolam’, London, March 2016
- Attended AvMA seminar on the ‘Duty of Candour – one year on’, March 2016.
- Full day seminar / summit at Royal Society of Medicine , London on Medical Innovations, April 2016
- Attended AvMA Conference in Brighton, July 2016.
In July 2012 we were approached by a large national PI / medical negligence law firm to undertake the overview and consideration of a large number of case files which would be amenable for ‘after event’ insurance for a ‘no win no pay‘ claim.
We were contacted by a member of the criminal bench for advice on the possible criminal liability of an anaesthetist who had allegedly caused the death of a young patient following the administration of excessive anaesthetic.