The Covid aftermath: Implications for clinical negligence and ATE

Our “Talk to the Experts” roundtable was broadcasted on Wednesday, 6th October and you can view it here now or read the summary article. Topics of conversation included:

  • What does clinical negligence look like in a post-Covid world?
  • How do we assess the impact of Covid on cases and can they be insured?
  • What challenges will there be on cases moving forward?
  • How does an underwriter assess risk to ensure a scheme is sustainable?
  • The pandemic has led to claimants and defendants working better together, what has been learned and can this be maintained?
  • Are we seeing the predicted tsunami of cases?

If you want to hear the views of prominent claimant and defendant lawyers, counsel, medical and ATE experts, this Webinar will make essential viewing. The webinar is accredited by APIL for 1 hour of CPD points.

The panel included:
James Morgan, ATE Underwriting Manager at ARAG
Mari Rosser, Partner and Head of Medical Negligence at Hugh James
Robert Tobin, Partner at Kennedys
Stephen Grime QC, Deans Court Chambers
Vinod Kathuria, Clinical Lead at Tula Medical Experts

and was chaired by:
Hector Stamboulieh, ARAG Claims Legal Counsel

 
 

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Exposures facing the haulage sector - post Covid-19

View our webinar on the challenges and legal exposures facing the road haulage industry, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown. Introduced by Chris Clacy, Broker Business Manager at ARAG and presented by Paul Loughlin, Sean Joyce and Adam Pennington of Stephensons Solicitors LLP.

 
Full webinar – 16th July 2020
 

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Highlights
 
 

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