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        For personal injury claims involving adults, the general rule is that a claim must be commenced within 3 years from the date of the accident. If Court proceedings are not formally commenced before the three-year deadline then the claim is statute-barred under the Limitation Act 1980. There are of course exceptions and an adult is not prevented from making a personal injury claim just because the limitation has expired....
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        Before any proposed medical procedure or treatment, Doctors must fully inform their patients about all the potential risks involved. In both medical and legal terminology this is known as “informed consent”, and not to give it properly could result in medical negligence, seriously injuring the patient....
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