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Tuberous Sclerosis

Mr H was awarded £850,000 for failure to sooner diagnose a giant cell astrocytoma, a consequence of his suffering from Tuberous Sclerosis which significantly compromised his pre-existing impaired eyesight.

Acting Solicitor: David Jones

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Duty of Care – What does it mean?

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A Solicitor owes his client the duty to exercise the reasonable care and skill to be expected of a Solicitor

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