Personal Injury


Personal Injury Update – July 2015

Published: 01/07/2015 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents News “Lost in Translation” but no longer “Up in the Air” Castles Made of Sand: The Simmons Uplift Re-examined Case Law Update News By Nigel Spencer Ley In this Newsletter Andrew Arentsen reflects on the difficulties in establishing liability in travel claims. Ever wondered whether a Simmons v Castle uplift can now be claim […]

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Personal Injury Update: May 2015

Published: 01/05/2015 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents News Contributory Negligence & Apportionment Rescission of settlement agreement in fraudulent Personal Injury claims Case Law Update News By Huw Davies We are very pleased to welcome Andrew Arensten to Farrar’s Building. Andrew joins us with an extremely strong PI practice and is a great addition to our team. In this month’s newsletter, Carwyn […]

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Personal Injury Update: March 2015

Published: 01/03/2015 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Personal Injury Update: March 2015 Contents News Consent To Medical Treatment Case Law Update News By Nigel Spencer Ley. I begin with some sad news. Richard Nussey, who retired from practice last year, and who will be known to many of you, passed away this month, after a long illness. He will be sadly missed […]

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Personal Injury Update – January 2015

Published: 20/01/2015 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents News A review of bad character evidence in Personal Injury claims 2015: The Year of the QOCS? Case Law Update News By Huw Davies I hope that all our readers had a good Christmas break and a happy New Year and that the return to the office has not proved too painful. In this […]

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Personal Injury Update – November 2014

Published: 01/11/2014 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents News What Price The Loss Of A Wife? An Obscure Tort Revisited: OPO v MLA Case Law Update News By Nigel Spencer Ley In this month’s family-orientated Newsletter Helen Hobhouse attempts to put a value on the lost services of a wife, while Rob Golin considers whether the court has power to stop a […]

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Personal Injury Update – September 2014

Published: 01/09/2014 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents News An Overview Of QOCS QOCS – The Court Of Appeal’s View Repeated Concussions – A Ticking Timebomb? Case Law Update News By Huw Davies In this month’s update, Nick Blake and Guy Watkins give consideration to the new frontier of QOCS in light of the recent Court of Appeal decision in Wagenaar whilst […]

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Personal Injury Update – July 2014

Published: 01/07/2014 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents News Periodical Payment Orders: 10 Years On Stealthy Changes In Civil Procedure Case Law Update News By Nigel Spencer Ley In the seven months since the judgment in Mitchell was handed down, we have seen an end to sensible co-operation between litigators, a huge rise in satellite litigation (unnecessary applications to court and appeals […]

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