Ronald successfully represented a care home at first instance and on appeal. The case involved a contractual action where a care home client died following admission to hospital and the executor of the estate refused to pay the outstanding fees, on the basis that the care provided was in breach of the standards set by the Care Quality Commission.
This case involved Ronald’s particular expertise in highlighting all the relevant evidence which showed that the care home had a particularly good history of meeting the standards set by the Care Quality Commission. The alleged breach was of the nature that, if a claim could be substantiated, it would potentially expose all care homes to claims even where the clients were happy with the care they were given individually.
“…Thank you very much for your excellent attention and attendance….I have some very satisfied clients who wish to send their personal gratitude…”