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Damages for injuries during spinal surgery after patient was told too late of switch to a different surgeon.
Outer Temple Chambers’ David Russell, AM, QC, is due to speak at the eighth European Conference on Tax Advisers’ Professional Affairs, in Amsterdam.
Outer Temple Chambers has again been listed amongst the top sets for barristers and set rankings in the edition of the Legal 500 Bar Guide 2015.
The Spinal Injuries Association will hold its solicitors’ training conference on Thursday 22 October at Glazier’s Hall by London Bridge, SE1.
Sarah Crowther of Outer Temple Chambers wrote a feature article in Modern Claims Magazine.
The case is unusual because of the successful prosecution of a company director who admitted the company’s health and safety failings were attributable to his negligence.
A reminder of the importance of a common sense and pragmatic approach when considering complex causation arguments in personal injury cases.
Christopher Wilson-Smith QC and Matthew Stockwell of Outer Temple Chambers have secure damages for a blind adventure athlete paralysed by a fall.
Claim raises questions over victims of untraced drivers.
State prosecutors achieve much of what they want by influence rather than direct control.