Category: Personal Injury
05
Jul
22
Andrew Jenkinson v Gary Robertson [2022] EWHC 791 (QB) Under what circumstances can a Defendant accuse a Claimant of fundamental dishonesty?  That was one of the central questions ...

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01
Jul
22
Some of you may remember the 2020 High Court decision in Transport Arendonk v Chief Constable of Essex Police [2020] EWHC 212 (QB), landing as it did at a time when there was a flurry of ...

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21
Jun
22
In the summer of 2020, several current and former gymnasts spoke out about alleged mistreatment they had suffered in their sport. These allegations concerned emotional and physical abuse meted by ...

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16
Jun
22
In yesterday's webinar John Ross QC, David Thomson and Susanna Bennett considered the intersection of mental capacity and claims arising out of traumatic brain injuries. They outlined the legal ...

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10
Jun
22
Congratulations to our seven barristers who have been recognised in The Best Lawyers United Kingdom 2023. Simon Readhead QC, Edward Faulks QC, Edward Bishop QC, Andrew Warnock QC, Matthew Chapman ...

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31
May
22
Sports injuries present a challenge to personal injury practitioners. The difficulties of establishing liability were recently examined by Mr. Justice Lane in the High Court judgment of

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24
May
22
1.What impact will this Act have on road traffic accidents claims? The Act is a very short one, just two sections. Section 1 sets out what it is intended to do; within ...

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05
May
22
The case of Tindall v Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police ought to be read by all personal injury practitioners. The Court of Appeal’s judgment summarises the circumstances in which a public ...

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21
Apr
22
Judgment has been handed down today in the case of Rosario Sanchez v University of Bristol.  The case was concerned with whether the University owed the Claimant a duty of care to protect ...

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05
Apr
22
Judgment has been handed down in CDE v Buckinghamshire County Council Katie Ayres, instructed by Mark ...

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