Clodagh Bradley QC, instructed by Jill Paterson & Thomas Jervis of Leigh Day, to act on behalf of the family of 18-year old Shante Turay-Thomas, who died of suspected anaphylaxis after her mother called NHS 111 and waited for almost an hour before an ambulance arrived.
The inquest will consider issues about the ambulance call prioritisation by call handlers, the ambulance being sent to the wrong address, whether the Emerade adrenaline auto-injector pen did not activate and the adequacy of the number of, dosage of and training in the use of the adrenaline auto-injector prescribed by GPs.
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Update 11/12/19: The inquest resumed on 9th December, with Clodagh Bradley QC, instructed by Jill Paterson & Thomas Jervis of Leigh Day, representing the family of 18-year old Shante Turay-Thomas. Allergy pens are also being recalled certain batches by the manufacturer as a precaution.