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Employers Liability - Kennedy v Cordia (Services) LLP

Mrs Kennedy was employed as a home carer. Her work involved visiting clients in their homes and providing personal care. In December 2010, at around 8pm, she was required to visit an elderly lady. There had been read the full article, please click here

Part 36 Offers Trump Fixed Costs

After a number of conflicting decisions on this issue, the Court of Appeal has determined whether fixed costs apply if a claimant beats its own Part 36 offer under read the full article, please click here

Civil Courts Structure Review - Interim Report Published

Lord Justice Briggs has published an interim report following his initial review into the future structure of the Civil Courts. The report is intended to accompany the HMCTS court reform read the full article, please click here

Forbes at Trial     

Easy Cash - Don't Bank On It

It was alleged that the Claimant had fallen as a result of a defect on the carriageway. The Defendant had conceded breach of duty, but had put the Claimant to read the full article, please click here

Claim Bowled Over

The claimant alleged that when attending the defendant's leisure centre she suffered an injury whilst using a fit ball. She specifically alleged that she was provided with a ball read the full article, please click here

No Duty On Highway Authority to Erect Barriers or Warning Signs

The Claimant alleged that she had tripped and fallen on the edge of a raised metal cover on a quiet residential street. Prior to the accident, the defect had been noted for repair on a scheduled highway read the full article, please click here

Unbe-leaf-able Claims Fails

The claimant alleged that whilst shopping she slipped on a single leaf in the foyer area of the store and sustained read the full article, please click here


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