Category: Personal Injury
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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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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21
Jan
20
Following the decisions of Molodi v Cambridge [2018] and Richards & Anor v Morris [2018], it is commonplace for defendants to seek findings of fundamental dishonesty in ...

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17
Dec
19
In this end of year article, Andrew Warnock QC asks the question many involved with the public sector have been asking since Poole v GN - when does an Assumption of Responsibility arise? ...

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02
Dec
19
We end the year on a jurisdictional theme: a case-note on the Court of Appeal’s decision in the recent Lugano Convention case of JSC Commercial Bank v Kolomoisky & ...

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