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A 2018 High Court decision provides a useful clarification as to when a dishonest Claimant’s personal injury claim will be dismissed in its entirety, even if parts of the claim were valid. This is likely to mean a more robust stance can be taken by...
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In a recent appeal decision the High Court has thrown out a case on appeal brought under the sometimes controversial Animals Act legislation. In the case of David Lynch v Ed Walker Racing Ltd 2017, David Lynch (L) had been a stable boy employed by Ed Walker...
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In the case of Cameron v Hussain and LV 2017 the Court of Appeal handed down a key decision in relation to the naming of parties in court proceedings. The case involved a road traffic collision between an unknown driver and the claimant. The claimant...
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THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN THE PERSONAL INJURY BRIEF UPDATE LAW JOURNAL - MAY 2017. The recent decision in Marshall v MIB (1) Pickard (2) Generali (3) 2017 provides a useful example of how the rules governing which laws apply in cross border personal...
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THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN THE NEW LAW JOURNAL ON 24 FEBRUARY 2017. The growth of international travel for both work and pleasure has meant the number of injury claims relating to accidents abroad has increased.  However, the fact that an accident...