Limitation, s33, limited reasons to interfere with a discretionary evaluation; Azam v University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

It is not uncommon in clinical negligence cases for clients to seek legal advice a number of years after the potential negligence has occurred. This can be for a combination of reasons. For example, clients may have had no reason to suspect any negligence until some time later and the impact of the negligence and/or injury may only have become apparent much later on.
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