Personal Injury Compensation
Claim for alleged negligence in the treatment of a sports injury
Johnson v Williams  EWHC 1585 (QB)
The claimant in this case, who sought damages for clinical negligence in the treatment of a knee injury, was unable to establish
causation on the balance of probabilities, so the claim was dismissed. The claimant was a professional footballer who alleged
that the only possible and likely cause of a medial retinaculum rupture, following urgent surgery to remove infective material
in his left knee, had been an error during surgery.
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