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Q&A with Richard Money-Kyrle: Compensation for NHS negligence after moving abroad

United Kingdom - September 11 2019 If our client has been injured by negligence in England or Wales but now lives abroad, the law that applies to both liability and quantum (the value…

Landmark court ruling: Confirmation that mother of brain-damaged baby is primary victim

United Kingdom - January 24 2019 Richard Money-Kyrle represented the mother of a 5-year-old girl who was brain damaged at birth, in her own claim for the psychiatric injuries she…

Poor communication and missed opportunities to obtain informed consent led to wrongful Down's syndrome birth

United Kingdom - October 9 2019 Boyes Turner have successfully secured judgment on liability for the claimant in the case of Mordel v Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust [2019]…

International compensation claims - does here or there make a difference?

United Kingdom - December 8 2020 Injuries happen when and where we least expect them, but when they do, it is important to know how and where to make a claim for compensation. The…

Learning from Litigation Claims - GIRFT and NHS Resolution’s new guide for NHS trust managers and staff

United Kingdom - May 7 2021 Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT), the national programme working to improve NHS medical care, has collaborated with the NHS defence organisation…