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A Safety Net

Clinical trials liability (CTL) insurance will always have at its heart ‘putting it right’ for the patient or participant undergoing the trial if something goes wrong. However, trial insurance has many other interwoven strands, of which you may not be aware.

High-profile media coverage of clinical trials disasters such as the 2006 ‘Elephant Men’ trial at Northwick Park and the Rennes incident in 2016 lingers long in the mind of the public, but, in truth, clinical trials have an excellent safety record.

Human volunteers are protected with a framework of risk management, including rigorous controls and procedures, but discovery will always involve risk and, where mitigation reaches its limits, insurance must provide a safety net.

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Hanna Beaumont heads up the Science and Technology practice at La Playa and is based in the innovation hub of Cambridge, UK. A leading specialist in insurance programmes for life sciences, Hanna is a Fellow of the Institute of Risk Management. Her clients include multinational enterprises as well as start-ups and early-stage companies – whom she advises on managing risk and structuring their insurance as they scale and their needs change.
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