In the first webinar in our summer Back to Basics series, Back to Basics: Causation, Ben Hicks and Conor Kennedy consider the first principles of causation and address some of the practical problems frequently encountered in relation to it when litigating personal injury and clinical negligence claims.
Topics for discussion include:
Factual causation – the applicability and limitations of the “but for” test
Legal analyses of causation
Remoteness of damage
Loss of a chance and the issues arising in valuing such claims
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