Satinder Hunjan QC succeeds in a clinical negligence case establishing liability against a General Practitioner for failing to institute anti-coagulation therapy with Warfarin within a week after a referral back to him by the hospital which would have avoided a disabling the stroke; in finding for the Claimant the Court rejected the GPs contention that an appointment would not have been available for the Claimant as result of the pressures of GP practices and availability of appointments and also rejected allegations of contributory fault made against the Claimant for arranging an appointment in time.
Case CG v Dr Ricard Tingay and others 24th May 2017
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