Posted by Jason Tang | Solicitor
On 1st November 2018
In litigation, there will always be certain legal elements that a Claimant will need to prove in order to be successful in their claim. Specifically in clinical negligence claims, these elements can broadly speaking be separated into four categories: that a duty of care existed;
that the level of care provided fell below a reasonable standard; that the failure of care caused the Claimant to suffer the injury alleged; that this injury gives rise to pain, suffering, loss of amenity and any other financial loss (damages).