Outer Temple Chambers barristers act in case involving Joseph Rea and the NHS
Gerard McDermott QC and Harry Trusted from Outer Temple Chambers have acted in the case of a brain-damaged boy who received a £5m pay-out from the NHS.
Helen and Paul Rea from Ipswich received court approval for the financial settlement, which will ensure that their son Joseph, who has cerebral palsy, can be given the appropriate care and support that he will need for the rest of his life.
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