Marios Lambis Represents GP at Inquest of Six-Year-Old Boy
Marios Lambis represented a General Practitioner at an inquest investigating the death of six-year-old Oliver Hall.
Oliver Hall died from Meningitis B less than 24 hours after first showing symptoms of the bacterial infection. Throughout the day his parents contacted the GP practice, paramedics and 111 NHS call service as his condition deteriorated, before being told to take him to hospital that evening.
Marios represented the junior, trainee general practitioner who saw Oliver when he was brought to the general practitioner’s surgery by paramedic staff, prior to being seen by a supervising general practitioner.
The inquest included expert evidence from numerous expert witnesses.
Marios was instructed by Harriet Woodward of the MDDUS.
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