Mulholland v Medway [12 February 2015] Hogg v Sec State [12 February 2015]

In January 2010 the claimant presented in casualty with symptoms of non-specific neurological symptoms. He experienced persisting symptoms and in August 2010 he underwent CT scan which showed a brain tumour. He alleged negligent failure to diagnose the tumour earlier and the consequent pain and suffering. See paragraph 7 The simple fact that Mr Mulholland has been proven to be correct in that he was, all along, suffering from a serious neurological condition does not, inevitably, mean that a delay in the making of a correct diagnosis is negligent