The Statute of Limitations sets a two-year time limit on medical negligence cases, within which it is possible to bring a case. If legal proceedings are not commenced within this period, a case will not be allowed to proceed, regardless of the injuries sustained. However, there are some circumstances in which there may be flexibility regarding this limit.
WHAT IS SEPSIS?
Sepsis is one of the most common causes of death of patients in intensive care units, and is the result of a massive immune system response to a bacterial infection that enters the bloodstream.