Baker v Epsom [2015] EWHC 1011 (QB) [17 April 2015]

Claimant injured right leg and underwent below knee amputation. Alleged that the amputation was carried out negligently in four respects. These concerned (a) the length of the leg stump (b) cutting back the fibula (c) bevelling or rounding the tibia and (d) soft tissue cover over the bone end of the stump.

Court found amputation not carried out negligently.