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12th October, 2009

RAF Puma Air Crew Inquest

Gerard McDermott QC is representing Flight Lieutenant Robert Hamilton, non-handling pilot of a Puma flight on 8th August 2007. The Puma helicopter crashed late that evening. Robert Hamilton was rendered paraplegic in the accident. Three men, the pilot, crewman and a passenger, died as a result of the accident and consequently an Inquest is being held this month. The Inquest is conducted by Coroner Geoff Fell at Harrogate Magistrates Court. Gerard McDermott is a recognised specialist in cases involving catastrophic injury.

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