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Quantum in clinical negligence cases

Personal Injury Compensation

Quantum in clinical negligence cases

Benford (a Child Represented by Her Mother (as Litigation Friend)) v East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust [2022] EWHC 3263 (KB)

The claimant in the case outlined below had suffered brain damage at or around the time of her birth, for which the defendant had admitted liability, so quantum was the only issue still under consideration.

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