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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP | United Kingdom | 11 May 2022

Expert engineer evidence still likely required in noise induced hearing loss claims despite Court of Appeal decision

The Court of Appeal has allowed an appeal against an order striking out a personal injury claim for acoustic shock where the claimant had not served…
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1 Chancery Lane | European Union, United Kingdom | 6 May 2022

The eye of the beholder - the final word on passenger perspective under the Montreal Convention?

An accident for the purposes of article 17 of the Montreal Convention is an "unexpected or unusual event or happening that is external to the…
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Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 6 May 2022

Reading the whole medical report - the importance of avoiding a “pick and choose” approach

Bowskill J reiterates that medical reports must be read as a whole and it is ‘artificial and inappropriate’ to pick and choose the more favourable…
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1 Chancery Lane | United Kingdom | 5 May 2022

Case Note: Tindall v Thames Valley Police [2022] EWCA Civ 25

The case of Tindall v Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police ought to be read by all personal injury practitioners. The Court of Appeal's judgment…
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Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP | United Kingdom | 5 May 2022

Seeking the costs of hydrotherapy (aquatic therapy) in a personal injury claim

The previous article in this series on the implications of catastrophic accidents covered the psychosocial issues arising from spinal cord injuries…
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Clyde & Co LLP | United Kingdom | 5 May 2022

Vicarious Liability: Is the Employer to blame?

Mary Edis and Paul Smith discuss issues of vicarious liability in these two cases involving an employee carrying out an unauthorised act which causes…
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Stewarts | United Kingdom | 5 May 2022

Man treated on Blackfriars Bridge by London’s Air Ambulance helicopter team recovers £3m

Adam experienced serious brain injuries following a collision with a motorcycle in 2018. He was treated at the scene by a London’s Air Ambulance…
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Wolters Kluwer Asia-Pacific | Australia | 3 May 2022

Intoxicated pedestrian 70% liable for his own injuries (Vic)

An intoxicated pedestrian who was walking home from the local pub at around 7:30pm and was hit by a car, has been successful in his claim of…
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Wilson Elser | USA | 3 May 2022

Florida Supreme Court Rules on Admissibility of Plaintiff’s Entitlement to Past Medicare Benefits in Personal Injury Cases

On April 28, 2022, the Florida Supreme Court rendered its decision in Dial v. Calusa Palms Master Association, Inc., which will undoubtedly have…
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Wolters Kluwer Asia-Pacific | Australia | 3 May 2022

Updates to Personal Injury Commission procedure (NSW)

The President of the Personal Injury Commission (PIC) has issued guidance summarising changes to the Personal Injury Commission Rules 2021 (NSW) (the…
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