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Ho v Adelekun [2021]: Supreme Court decision on QOCS spells bad news for defendants and insurers

Published on 18 October 2021. By James Davies, Senior Associate

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META DESCRIPTION Think Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). Summarise your blog in 160 characters. Search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing use the meta description as the search results description for that page. A review of the Supreme Court decision of Ho v Adelekun and the impact on QOCS and costs recovery for defendants and insurers.

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Back to the Future: a look ahead at medical malpractice issues for COVID-19-related claims

Published on 15 April 2020. By James Davies, Senior Associate

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Future issues for Insurers to consider in assessing COVID-19 medical malpractice / clinical negligence claims.

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A game changer for concussion injuries? New study investigating CTE creates a potential headache for defendants and their insurers

Published on 16 February 2018. By James Davies, Senior Associate

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A new study shows that repeated hits to the head, not concussions, cause chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the neurodegenerative disease experienced by American football players, boxers and other athletes.

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"Please sir, may I have some more [damages for failure to consent]?" No, says the Court of Appeal.

Published on 19 July 2017. By James Davies, Senior Associate

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Shaw v Kovac: Court of Appeal rejects claim for an additional, separate award of damages for failure to obtain informed consent.

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