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An inquest date has been set for October 2012 into the death of a Belfast man who fell from a hospital window, suffering severe lung and brain injuries.
Proceedings are expected to be undertaken against Belfast Health Trust by the man’s family for medical negligence.
A preliminary hearing in Belfast was told that the inquest was expected to take three weeks and that 38 witnesses were due to attend to give statements regarding the case.
The inquest date has been scheduled to start on October 9th, 2012.
An independent psychiatric report is currently being finalised ahead of the scheduled hearing and statements are expected to be given by patients who were in the same ward as the man, who fell to his death in October 2008 from the Mater Hospital in Belfast.
If you feel that you may have experienced medical negligence contact our firm of no win, no fee medical negligence solicitors by either calling our national accident helpline above or filling out our initial quick claim online form. A member of our team of personal injury solicitors team will then discuss the prospect of you making a personal injury claim, in confidence.
Jefferies Solicitors do not accept any liability for the validity of the information in the post above.
Published 11th February 2015.