Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Vlog - Episode 4 - Care Claims: risk, independence and the impact of Covid

Tue, 04 Aug 2020

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Jamie Gamble and Matthew Brunning discuss the tension in care claims in serious personal injury cases between the need for continuing risks to claimants to be minimised and their need for independence and autonomy, and how those issues (and care claims generally) are likely to be impacted by the COVID pandemic

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