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The Act provides that a breach occurs if a regulated person offers another person a benefit as an inducement to make a personal injury claim. The ban includes offers made to or by third parties.…Read more
In August 2014, Associate James Stevens brought us an update on the Azimi Group of cases, in which he was acting for three insurers and the dismissal of the Claimants’ paper request for permission to…Read more
After a bumpy ride through Parliament, the Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill (SARAH) Act finally received Royal Assent on 12th February 2015. Whilst the commencement date is as yet…Read more
The recent judgment in Totham v Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (2015) covers a range of issues involved in the quantification of damages following a brain injury sustained at birth. Dan…Read more
In Billett v Ministry of Defence (2014) the High Court had to assess a claim for future loss of earnings. In doing so, Andrew Edis QC considered how to apply, if at all, the reduction factors in…Read more