trauma surgeon

194 results for trauma surgeon

  • vLex Rating
  • Viridor Waste v Edge (Unfair Dismissal : Reasonableness of dismissal), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, March 25, 2015, [2015] UKEAT 0393_14_2503

    The Claimant suffered from a long standing chronic degenerative condition of his spine, particularly affecting his neck. After being absent from work for some ten months in 2011, he sought ill health retirement, which was recommended by doctors on the basis of his description to them of the symptoms from which he suffered. Within two weeks of the...

    ...8. A consultant orthopaedic trauma and spinal surgeon, Mr Kapoor, reported at Viridor's request in February 2012. His report set out ...

  • Swift v Carpenter, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 06, 2018, [2018] EWHC 2060 (QB)

    1. The Claimant was born on 25th September 1974 and is now aged 43. In October 2013 she suffered serious lower limb injuries in a road traffic accident on the M5 motorway when travelling as a front seat passenger. The driver of the vehicle was the Defendant, Malcolm Carpenter. At the time of the accident he was the Claimant's partner; they have

    ...For the Claimant, by Professor Michael Saleh, an orthopaedic surgeon specialising in trauma and limb reconstruction and, for the Defendant, by Professor Rajiv Hanspal, ...

  • Barnett v Medway NHS Foundation Trust, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 23, 2015, [2015] EWHC 440 (QB)

    4. The Claimant is a very pleasant man who before the relevant matters worked as the manager of an equipment hire depot. Despite his difficulties he has over the years been able to carry out an active lifestyle. 5. He has had various hospital admissions because of problems arising from his condition. 6. In October 2009 the Claimant suffered signifi...

    ... The Claimant;. Mr Saif Uddin Ahmed, a locum consultant orthopaedic surgeon; . Mr Ahmed Latif, who was a senior house officer at the relevant time;. The Claimant's ... The Defendant's experts:. Mr P H P Dyson, a consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon;. Professor G L French, a professor of microbiology;. Dr Fahwid Ul-Haque Chowdhury, ...

  • Pullen v Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, November 05, 2015, [2015] EWHC 3134 (QB)

    1. This court is concerned with a claim by Jennifer Pullen who is now 67 years of age, for damages in relation to the injurious consequences of left total hip replacement surgery allegedly performed negligently at the Defendant's Hospital in July 2009. 2. The Claimant's case in outline is that the acetabular cup for her replacement femur was inade...

    ... factual issue as to symptoms immediately prior to the dislocation), her husband, the surgeon in question, Mr Hearth, and expert orthopaedic surgeons on both sides, Mr Wilson for the Claimant, ..., who provided expert evidence on behalf of the Claimant, is a consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, with a particular interest in knee construction. He has, however, performed over 500 hip ...

  • Holdsworth v Luton And Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, December 21, 2016, [2016] EWHC 3347 (QB)

    1. On 22nd July 2010, the claimant who was born on 18th August 1957 and is now aged 59 underwent a right unicompartment knee replacement (``UKR'') at the Luton and Dunstable Hospital. On 5th May 2011, she underwent a right total knee replacement (``TKR'') at the same hospital. Further revisionary surgery was carried out in April 2013. 2. Sadly, n...

    ... issue, applying the Bolam test, the question is whether no reasonably competent orthopaedic surgeon would have carried out a UKR. There are obviously different considerations in relation to the ... . 17. In July 2009, following a referral by her GP, she was seen by a Registrar in Trauma and Orthopaedics. He arranged for an MRI scan. This was reported on 26th July 2009. There was ...

  • Williams v Jervis (Lex Komatsu), Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, October 08, 2008, [2008] EWHC 2346 (QB)

    1. Shortly before 1pm on Tuesday 2nd July 2002 a road traffic accident occurred on the Wandsworth Road, London. The claimant, who was driving her Volkswagen Golf motorcar, stopped at a zebra crossing. A Mercedes Vito van owned by Lex Komatsu and driven by their employee Calvin Jervis failed to stop in time and ran into the rear of the claimant's

    ... expressed as early as January 2003 to Mr Peter Hamlyn a consultant neurological and spinal surgeon to whom she had been referred. In August 2003 Dr Hamlyn was of the view that an assessment of her ...79. Mr John Beavis, a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon and Hunterian Professor at University College, London, was instructed on behalf of the ...

  • Appleton v El Safty, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, March 23, 2007, [2007] EWHC 631 (QB)

    1. Michael Appleton (``the claimant'') was in 2001 a professional footballer playing for West Bromwich Albion (``WBA''). He was a central midfielder. On 19th November of that year, 15 days short of his 26th birthday, he suffered a partial tear of the posterior cruciate ligament (``PCL'') of his right knee, as a result of a challenge during trainin...

    ... was consistent with what the claimant told Mr John Hodgkinson (``Mr Hodgkinson''), his surgeon, on 19th April 2002. Further haemarthrosis was detected at the MRI scan on 20th November 2001 and .... 48. Mr Williams is a consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. He does private work at the Lister hospital. He ...

  • Sumner v Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust & Anor, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 12, 2015, [2015] EWHC 293 (QB)

    1. This is a claim for clinical negligence arising from the admittedly inappropriate treatment of a patient with an unstable 3 column fracture of the spine which was initially misdiagnosed as stable. 2. In the early hours of the morning on Boxing Day 2010, the Claimant, Mrs Susan Sumner (then aged 68) fell down a flight of stairs at her daughter's...

    ... it is kept in line and stable, to enable the fracture to heal without the danger of further trauma to the spinal cord being caused by movement. The most important factor which causes damage to a ...19. Discussions about this situation with the surgeons at St George's resulted in a recommendation to carry out a further CT of the cervical spine. The ...

  • Edwards (Respondent) v Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (Appellant)

    ...Mr Edwards had been employed by the Trust's predecessor as a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon pursuant to a contract which incorporated the terms of its letter to Mr ...

  • Botham (FC) (Respondent) v Ministry of Defence (Appellant)

    ...Mr Edwards had been employed by the Trust's predecessor as a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon pursuant to a contract which incorporated the terms of its letter to Mr ...

  • Thefaut v Johnston, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, March 14, 2017, [2017] EWHC 497 (QB)

    1. The Claimant in this case is Mrs Lisa Thefaut. She suffers from constant pain in her back and in her leg. The pain is very serious and the prospects of it dimming and disappearing over time are slim. She faces a future of discomfort. She complains of two matters. (ii) The first complaint: Informed consent 2. First she says that she consented ...

    ...3. Mr Johnston is a surgeon of long standing, good repute, and vast experience. He performs in the region of 600 procedures per ...It is argued that during the surgery in some way he must have caused trauma to the L5 nerve and to the S2 and S3 nerves through misuse of his instrumentation. In particular he ...

  • Noble v Owens, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, March 16, 2011, [2011] EWHC 534 (QB)

    1. On 11 March 2008, I gave judgement in favour of the Claimant (``Mr Noble'') following a trial to determine the quantum of damages due to him for personal injuries suffered in a motor accident in which he was knocked off his motorcycle when the Defendant drove his car negligently out of a side road. 2. The principal injury suffered by Mr Noble w...

    ...In September 2004, Mr Noble was operated on by Mr M Bircher, a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at St George's Hospital in London. Mr Bircher is a specialist in major pelvic injuries. He re-broke ... not considered likely that psychiatric factors, such as alleviation of depression or post-traumatic stress symptoms, can account for the improvement seen in the surveillance evidence, though it is ...

  • Thefaut v Johnston, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, March 14, 2017, [2017] EWHC 497 (QB)

    1. The Claimant in this case is Mrs Lisa Thefaut. She suffers from constant pain in her back and in her leg. The pain is very serious and the prospects of it dimming and disappearing over time are slim. She faces a future of discomfort. She complains of two matters. (ii) The first complaint: Informed consent 2. First she says that she consented ...

    ...3. Mr Johnston is a surgeon of long standing, good repute, and vast experience. He performs in the region of 600 procedures per ...It is argued that during the surgery in some way he must have caused trauma to the L5 nerve and to the S2 and S3 nerves through misuse of his instrumentation. In particular he ...

  • Diseases of affluence taking their toll.

    ... hospital in apartheid South Africa before becoming an emergency helicopter-borne trauma surgeon. . In an interview last year, he told New African that there was a huge demand throughout ...

  • Leigh v London Ambulance Service NHS Trust, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 20, 2014, [2014] EWHC 286 (QB)

    1. At about 19.00 on 17 November 2008, the claimant, Ceri Leigh, boarded a bus at Wimbledon station on her way home from work. As she went to sit down on a seat towards the back of the bus, she dislocated her right kneecap, found herself trapped between the seats and was unable to move. She experienced severe pain. Several well-meaning passengers w...

    ...It is agreed that, arising from the incident, she has suffered Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It is also agreed that, from a date that is in issue, the claimant has ...Full function in the knee did not return for about 18 months. Mr Mitchell, an orthopaedic surgeon, would have expected her to return to work after about 6 months had there only been the physical ...

  • Shalaby v London North West Healthcare NHS Trust, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, June 08, 2018, [2018] EWCA Civ 1323

    1. There are before the Court two appeals: first, an appeal against the order of Andrew Baker J dated 27 January 2017 dismissing the Appellant's claim; secondly, the order by the judge of the same date, awarding costs to the Respondent on an indemnity basis from 1 November 2015. Permission to appeal was granted on the papers by Jackson LJ in an o...

    ... At the material time he was employed as an Associate Specialist Surgeon, one service grade below that of a consultant. 4. The claim which the Appellant brought in the High ... orthopaedic surgeon who was, for the latter part of the claim period, clinical director of trauma and orthopaedics). The Respondent also called evidence from Dr William Lynn (a consultant ...

  • In the matter of an application by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission for Judicial Review (Northern Ireland)

    ...If the woman does manage to travel, not only will she have all the trauma and expense associated with that, but also serious problems in arranging the repatriation of the ...The latter case also dealt with section 25 of the 1945 Act. . 152. In Bourne a surgeon performed an abortion on a young girl of 14 years who had become pregnant as a result of rape. He ...

  • Reference by the Court of Appeal in Northern Ireland pursuant to Paragraph 33 of Schedule 10 to the Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Abortion)

    ...If the woman does manage to travel, not only will she have all the trauma and expense associated with that, but also serious problems in arranging the repatriation of the ...The latter case also dealt with section 25 of the 1945 Act. . 152. In Bourne a surgeon performed an abortion on a young girl of 14 years who had become pregnant as a result of rape. He ...

  • ARB v IVF Hammersmith Ltd, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, October 06, 2017, [2017] EWHC 2438 (QB)

    1. Court Orders have been made, for obvious good reasons which will soon become apparent, anonymising the identities of a number of individuals, including (but not limited to) the Claimant (``ARB''), the Third Party (``R'') and their children. 2. ARB is the father, and R is the mother, of E who was born in the summer of 2011. E is by all accounts a...

    ... R deteriorated ``catastrophically'', due in the main to the ``life-changing'' injuries and trauma that R suffered during the course of giving birth to D. By the following year it had become a ...There, a surgeon carried out a vasectomy having stated that it was irreversible. The operation was competently ...

  • White v Revell Rev 1, Court of Appeal - Supreme Court Cost Office, September 08, 2006, [2006] EWHC 90054 (Costs)

    1. On 30 December 2000 the Claimant was riding his motorcycle along the A4074 road between Oxford and Reading towards the “Golden Ball” roundabout. The Defendant’s vehicle was parked in a lay-by when without warning the Defendant pulled out of the lay-by across the road into the path of the Claimant. The Claimant sustained serious and comple...

    ... Mitchell proceeded to obtain a report from (among others) Mr Brian Gardner (Consultant Surgeon in Spinal Injuries) Dr Thompson (Clinical Psychologist) and Ms Tussler (Physiotherapist) and also here were joint reports obtained from Mr Limb (Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon) Dr Ford (Consultant Clinical Psychologist) Dr Harrison (Consultant Urologist) Mr ...

  • Employment Briefing - July 2010

    ... Mr Edwards was a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon who faced charges of professional and personal misconduct. Under the terms ...

  • Rigby v Wandsworth Borough Council, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 17, 2006, [2006] EWHC 224 (QB)

    1. This case concerns the Claimant's action for damages for personal injury arising out of two incidents at her place of work, the first being in late January/early February 2001 and the second on 4th May 2001. 2. At the time of the incidents, the Claimant was employed by the Defendant at Bradstow School in Broadstairs as Assistant Head Teacher. He...

    ...DAMAGES . The Claimant's case. 141. Miss Swee Chai Ang is a consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon in London. She has written two reports dated 18th October 2002 and 11th October 2004 and a ...

  • Ferdinand & Ors v R, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, June 20, 2014, [2014] EWCA Crim 1243

    1. On 26 April 2012, following a trial at the Central Criminal Court before His Honour Judge Wide QC, each of the appellants was convicted by the jury of count 1, charging them with the murder on 20 April 2011 of Milad Golmakani, and count 2, on the same occasion, the attempted murder of Zain Salah Uddin. On the same day the appellants Sean Hutton,

    ... ground (which we shall call ground 7) that the expert evidence of a consultant podiatric surgeon, Mr Barry Francis, was flawed so as to render unsafe the jury's conclusion that Hashi was present ...In the absence of trauma Mr Francis would expect to see knee-knock in less than 10% of the population. He gave further ...

  • Chaudhry v Computacenter Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, January 13, 1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 549

    LORD JUSTICE SIMON BROWN: This is the plaintiff's application for leave to appeal out of time against the order of Judge Simpson, made on 29th July 1998 in the Mayor and City of London Court, awarding him £1,000 damages plus interest in respect of an injury suffered in an accident at work on 27th November 1993. The injury resulted from the plaint...

    ... of the report which had been obtained on his behalf from Mr Natali, a consultant spinal and trauma surgeon at the London Clinic. . The great problem that the plaintiff encountered was that Mr ...

  • Edwards v Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 26, 2010, [2010] EWCA Civ 571

    1. The appellant, Mr. Michael Edwards, was appointed as a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital in 1998. The contract under which he was employed provided by clause 8 that either party could terminate it on three months' notice to the other. It also provided by clause 13 that in matters of personal conduct Mr...

    ...Background. 1. The appellant, Mr. Michael Edwards, was appointed as a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital in 1998. The contract under which he was ...