Year: 2020
28
Feb
20
It is frequent occurrence in road traffic claims for defendant insurers to raise allegations of fundamental dishonesty during the course of litigation, or, indeed, at trial. This is often in response ...

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27
Feb
20
Hussain (I) & Begum (II) v Aviva Insurance Limited The rule that costs follow the event is very rarely displaced, except in favour of claimants in fast track claims who are protected ...

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24
Feb
20
Figures just released by the Food Standards Agency show that there are estimated to be about 2.4 million cases of food poisoning a year in the UK; more than twice as many as the estimated figure in ...

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21
Feb
20
Matthew Ford, Head of Travel at BLM and Sarah ...

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19
Feb
20
In the clinical negligence case of Thimmaya v Lancashire NHS Foundation Trust v Jamil (Manchester County Court 30 January 2020), HHJ Evans ordered that the Claimant’s expert should pay ...

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06
Feb
20
By Francesca O'Neill This article should act as a warning to Claimants - miss out, or mess up, a procedural step - and your whole claim may be liable to be struck out. Although ...

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28
Jan
20
In AA v Persons Unknown [2019] EWHC 3556 (comm) Mr Justice Bryan gave further ...

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24
Jan
20
Personal injury analysis: issues relating to memory and witness evidence continue to trouble the courts. The problems are particularly acute when witnesses are giving evidence many years after ...

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24
Jan
20
In 1973, reflecting on "scattered pictures" and "misty water-coloured memories", Barbra Streisand asked "Can it be that it was all so simple then"? The answer from Mrs.

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21
Jan
20
‘Where a cup of hot coffee, which is placed on the tray table of the seat in front of a person in an aircraft in flight, for unknown reasons slides and tips over, causing a passenger to suffer ...

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