Jaciubek v Gulati & Anor [2016] EWHC 269 (QB) (16 February 2016)

C alleged that her GP and a casualty officer were each negligent on separate occasions in not identifying and acting upon the signs that she had suffered a subarachnoid haemorrhage (‘SAH’) or that she required further examination.

The episodes “involved “small bleeds” without manifesting the typical symptoms of an SAH, there is a credible explanation for why no sufficient warning bells rang for any doctor who saw the Claimant”. (paragraph 138)

The claim failed.