Category Archives: Court Rules

Covert Recording of a Medico-legal Examination

Covert Recording of a Medico-legal Examination

Should there be an agreed protocol in personal injury claims governing the recording of medico-legal examinations? The issue of recording medico-legal examinations has been rumbling around in personal injury claims, especially when allegations of fraud or dishonesty are raised by a defendant. The question has recently come to light in a High Court decision in… Continue Reading

Accidents at Sea – Limitation Period

Accidents at Sea – Limitation Period

The Athens Convention is an international convention concerning international carriage and transport and aims to create an international code replacing different domestic rules of different Countries and States. Accidents at sea are governed by the Athens Convention relating to the Carriage of Passengers and their Luggage by Sea 1974. In England and Wales a three… Continue Reading

Part 36 Offers and Costs

Part 36 Offers and Costs

Anna Tuson v Debbie Murphy, Court of Appeal [2018] EWCA Civ 1461. Judgment date 22nd June 2018. Anna Tuson fell from a horse at the defendant’s riding school and broke her right arm on 19 August 2010. She subsequently developed obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) which two psychiatrists attributed to the accident. Liability was admitted subject… Continue Reading

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