Reflections on the Cumberlege Committee Report from a Clinical Negligence Perspective by Henry Charles and Vanessa Cashman
William Audland QC and Isaac Hogarth of 12 King’s Bench Walk, instructed by Stewart Young of Stewarts successfully represented the claimant (“C”) in his claim against Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (“D”), achieving a settlement of £4.3 million at a video mediation. The claim arose from a delay in treating raised intracranial pressure secondary to … Continue reading William Audland QC and Isaac Hogarth of 12KBW achieve online mediated settlement of catastrophic blindness claim secondary to raised intra-cranial pressure
In this blog, Daniel Sokol of 12KBW talks of his experience as a barrister and medical ethicist developing an ICU triage protocol for COVID-19. Daniel writes for the British Medical Journal on medical ethics and has also written books on the subject.
In this post Isaac Hogarth of 12KBW discusses his new book 'A Practical Guide to Sepsis and Meningitis Claims', ahead of its launch later this month. Infectious diseases (such as meningitis), and sepsis are terrifying. One of the very first clinical negligence inquests on which I was instructed involved a child who died from sepsis, … Continue reading New book on claims arising from sepsis, meningitis and meningococcal disease
William Featherby QC of 12KBW secured a significant award for a boy who suffers from acute mental and physical disabilities as a result of negligent delay in his delivery. Link to article: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-45798050