Articles matching "road traffic accidents"
The long awaited Supreme Court decision in the case of Four Seasons Holdings v Brownlie was recently handed down, but has the question of how to interpret "damage" in what is called the "tort…Read more
A finding contributory negligence of one third has been made against a brain injured pedestrian who failed to use a nearby pedestrian crossing. The defendant had been negligent in failing to keep an…Read more
Until yesterday the most recent development in the Vnuk saga was the publication in June of the European Commission “Roadmap” which made suggestions for the possible adaptation of Motor Insurance…Read more
A Claimant, who suggested that she had been injured in a manner that was “inherently improbable”, saw her claim for personal injury dismissed, together with her claims for hire, recovery and storage.…Read more
Unfortunately, road traffic accidents whilst abroad on holiday or on business are an all too common occurrence. Even more problematic are claims caused by untraced or uninsured drivers.Read more
Three family members, who had brought claims for personal injury, discontinued their claims on the second day of a two day trial and agreed to pay the defendant’s costs, even though their claims were…Read more
Jamie Azim, Senior Solicitor in DWF's London office and Niall MacLean of 12 King’s Bench Walk acted for the defendant and his motor insurers, Markerstudy, in a case that recently came before the Court…Read more