Use of clinical records as evidence in serious injury applications – Court of Appeal update

  • Author : Adam Coote - 22-02-2016

Adam Coote has written a new paper titled Use of clinical records as evidence in serious injury applications – Court of Appeal update

Summary

The Court of Appeal recently handed down its decision in the matter of Philippiadis v Transport Accident Commission. In its reasons, the Court of Appeal made a number of findings regarding the use of clinical notes and aide memoires in serious injury applications. In particular, the Court of Appeal discussed the application of the rule in Browne v Dunn to clinical notes and the use which can be made of clinical notes as evidence. The focus of this case summary is on that discussion.

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