Whether you’re traveling abroad for medical treatment or receiving medical treatment whilst on holiday, there is a risk of things going wrong. How does a patient obtain legal advice in this situation, and how can they claim when the negligence took place in another country?
The discussion looked at:
- what cross border clinical negligence cases are,
- the law that applies, and
- the key issues that need to be considered as early as possible.
Watch the recording below:
Our speaker – Ian Denham
Ian Denham is a personal injury practitioner with a particular expertise in matters involving serious and catastrophic injuries, wrongful deaths and accidents abroad. He has a particular interest in case with an international element, including claims raising conflicts of law and jurisdictional issues; and in claims arising from surgery performed abroad.
Ian grew up in Kent and read law at St Hugh’s College, Oxford. He undertook pupillage on the Northern Circuit, where he continued to practice until 2018 when he joined Outer Temple.
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