Life expectancy evidence - practical considerations for PI and clinical negligence claims
Rob Hunter “discusses the types of cases impacted by life expectancy evidence, when such evidence is admissible and what should be addressed when applying for permission to use life expectancy evidence, pointing to recent case law”.
This analysis was published by LexisPSL on 8 December 2020.
Rob Hunter is ranked as a Leading Junior in the directories and has practised exclusively in personal injury and clinical negligence for more than a decade. He has experience of the full spectrum of serious injuries, especially brain, obstetric and the most severe orthopaedic injuries such as amputation. Fatal claims are also a particular area of expertise.Click here to read the full article Back to articles
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