A former professional footballer, Kieron Brady, is seeking damages from Sunderland Football Club. He blames the club for cutting short his career, accusing it of negligence for failing to refer him to a medical specialist in time after he complained of pains in his leg. Brady was later diagnosed as having a serious artery condition. He is also suing two specialists who treated him, claiming their treatment led to irretrievable damage.
Buckingham v Chapman QBD 21 November 1998 Claimant: Peter Buckingham, 4Incident: Road traffic accident Injuries: Before the accident, claimant, an £80,000-a-year civil engineer, was regarded as “happy, energetic and easy-going”. As a result of the accident, he will require the supervision of others for the rest of his life. Judge said he no longer makes […]