The claimant, whilst a prisoner, had consulted the prison doctor about a lump in her breast. She complained that her negligence and delay left her with a worse prognosis.
Held: If the doctor had undertaken the standard procedures on such a complaint, the claimant would have been referred on.
Sir Christopher Holland
 EWHC 60 (QB)
England and Wales
Cited – Morris v West Hartlepool Steam Navigation HL 1956
The ship had followed a practice of leaving the between deck hatch covers off in the absence of a guard rail around the hatchway. The plaintiff seaman fell into the hold. There was evidence that on this ship it was quite usual for men to be sent . .
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Updated: 05 March 2021; Ref: scu.401001