- Examining accommodation requirements in injury litigation
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Personal Injury analysis: In AC (a minor) v St. Georges Healthcare NHS Trust, the High Court had to consider whether to grant an Eeles application for an interim payment by an NHS trust which would allow a new family home to be bought to accommodate a boy who sustained brain damage at birth. Deirdre Goodwin, of 7 Bedford Row, examines the court's decision.
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