Category: Personal Injury
21
Mar
19
Medical reports are often meticulously scrutinised in personal injury claims. They provide an overview of the claimant's personal account to his or her expert of their symptomatology, past medical ...

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21
Mar
19
The Lord Chancellor will announce later today that the first review of the personal injury discount rate under the Damages Act 1996 as amended by the Civil Liability Act 2018 will start on 19 March ...

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19
Mar
19
Medical reports are often meticulously scrutinised in personal injury claims. They provide an overview of the claimant's personal account to his or her expert of their symptomatology, past medical ...

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06
Mar
19
It is common in highway trip and slip claims for claimants to provide photographs of the defect they say caused them injury. Those photographs usually show, amongst other things, an attempt to measure ...

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01
Mar
19
Relief from sanctions applications remain an all too common part of litigation, particularly in the personal injury sphere. In a recent case before DDJ Sadd in Croydon County Court, relief from ...

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20
Feb
19
Today, the Supreme Court handed down their judgment in Cameron v Liverpool Victoria Insurance Co Ltd. The case concerned whether a claimant could amend their claim form (and consequently, ...

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14
Feb
19
In the case of Various Claimants v Barclays Bank, permission to appeal to the Supreme Court has been granted to Barclays. Barclays is represented by

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14
Feb
19
Ian Stebbings successfully defends Iceland Foods in a claim by a child that she sustained injury after being struck by an ...

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12
Feb
19
“After the Civil Liability Bill received Royal Assent on 20 December 2018 the Lord Chancellor has 90 days to start a review of the rate and then must determine the rate within 140 days of the review ...

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08
Feb
19
The Government has published its (long overdue) review of LASPO Part 2. It's worth a read in full, though probably the most important points to take from it are: 1) the Government is largely satisfied ...

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