Harry Trusted has extensive experience in catastrophic injury work. He appears for both claimants and defendants.
Trusted was one of the barristers representing families at the Kennedy Inquiry into paediatric cardiac surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary and he has since developed an interest in cardiac cases generally. He was also involved in the indexation litigation that resulted in the Court of Appeal’s ruling that ASHE statistics could be used to uprate periodical payments (Tameside v Thompstone  1 WLR 2027). Trusted was junior counsel for the successful claimants in Farraj v King’s Health Care  EWHC 2468, which involved consideration of wrongful birth and the relationship between shariah law and the abortion of foetuses with congenital abnormalities. He continues to appear in numerous cases involving spinal and neurological injuries.
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