IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19

 Natalie Marrison
  July 21, 2020
At a time when lockdown is over and restrictions are relaxing we now ask, what is the impact of this pandemic on clinical negligence claims across England and Wales? A QC Mr Nigel Poole has voiced his opinion on this matter and suggested that ‘context is all’ for example our present context will be of great significance when the Courts weigh up whether a Trust or Professional has acted negligently during the pandemic.
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 Natalie Marrison
  June 9, 2020
​In recent weeks it has come to light that the number of care home deaths due to the coronavirus pandemic amount to almost a third of the fatalities. Therefore, it is no surprise that the government faces the prospect of Judicial Review due to the policy regarding moving COVID-19 patients into care homes.
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 Natalie Marrison
  June 2, 2020
In a time of social distancing Natalie Marrison, Head of Personal Injury at Ramsdens and Howard Elgot, Barrister at Parklane Plowden Cambers fielded an interactive session where they discussed methods to optimise engagement and delivery of case management during COVID-19 from a legal and clinical perspective.
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 Natalie Marrison
  May 26, 2020
Fresh reports of care home closures across the UK due to COVID-19 continue to come to light, including at Friary Lodge in Whetstone, North London and Temple Court in Kettering. Staffing issues and operational difficulties due to the pandemic were cited as reasons for the temporary closure.
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  May 1, 2020
Our Personal Injury team hosted a Case Managers webinar on 30 April 2020.
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 Natalie Marrison
  April 27, 2020
When an employee suffers an accident at work through no fault of their own, it can be difficult for them to decide whether to pursue a claim for damages.
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 Natalie Marrison
  April 23, 2020
​We recently reported that an agreement had been set up to extend limitation dates between Claimant solicitors and insurance companies due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation.
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 Natalie Marrison
  April 2, 2020
Commencing this week a large percentage of Court Buildings will close in the interest of following the Government Guidelines.157 of Courts will remain open, dealing with priority work.This represents just 42% of the normal Courts open throughout the Country.
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