Clinical Negligence: Double standards?

Julian Matthews examines an anomaly that should not exist In equating impotence with reproductive ability, as the JSB Guidelines does, perpetuates a blurring of categories of injury that, in this century, is no longer warranted. There should be awards for the loss of ability to procreate. In assessing damages for clinical negligence that leads to …
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Cases Referenced

  • A v Heart of England
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  • Bryans v Mount Vernon Hospital NHS Trust [Lawtel Document number AM0200089]
  • HR v AK [2009] LTLPI
  • K v Bolton Hospitals NHS Trust [2005] LTLPI
  • LW v Cwm Taf Local Health Board [2011] LTLPI
  • WR v Birmingham Women's Healthcare NHS Trust [2004] LTLPI
  • Z v Barking Havering & Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust [2011] LTLPI