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Last month, in the case of Hayden v Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, the High Court allowed the defendant to rely on surveillance evidence notwithstanding that it had been served shortly…Read more
A claimant who would have recovered 25% of his claim for damages following a road accident, had his claim dismissed under Section 57 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 due to his fundamental…Read more
Jackson reiterates that proportionality and costs are just as relevant to the MOJ Portal and Small Claims Track
A credit hire claim brought in the Portal, should have been resolved by way of a Stage 3 hearing and not transferred to the Small Claims Track the Court of Appeal have ruled in an appeal before them…Read more
A claimant who brought a late notified personal injury claim and who treated the signing of statements of truth “with impunity and in fact contempt”, had his claim dismissed and was ordered to pay the…Read more