The following PI & Clinical Negligence precedent produced in partnership with Thea Wilson of 12 King's Bench Walk provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[In the High Court of Justice
In the County Court at [insert]]
A B Claimants
X Y Defendant(s)
PARTICULARS OF CLAIM
The Defendant is and was at all relevant times the NHS Trust responsible for the operating of [insert name and address of hospital] (‘the hospital’).
At about [insert time] on [insert date] the Claimant was admitted to the hospital to undergo an operation to replace her right knee.
At a pre-operative screening one week earlier, the Claimant had been screened and was found not to be infected with MRSA.
At approximately [insert time], the Claimant was admitted to theatre where surgical staff employed by the Defendant, or acting as their agents, operated on the Claimant’s knee. At the conclusion of the surgery, the wound was closed and bandaged.
Following the surgery, the Claimant’s symptoms initially improved. One week later however, the pain in the Claimant’s right knee increased, she reported feeling generally unwell and dizzy and she was recorded to have developed a raised temperature. [If applicable, insert relevant quote from medical notes supporting this assertion].
The Defendant, their employees or agents acting in the course of their employment failed to recognise the implications of these symptoms and the Claimant was discharged from hospital without antibiotic treatment two weeks after the
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