Staying on Track

Dominic Bright has written an article for the publication PI Focus which outlines ten key points that personal injury lawyers should know about the small claims track. Dominic is the recent author of A Practical Guide to the Small Claims Track, published by Law Brief Publishing.

Personal Injury: Hussain -v- EUI Ltd [2019] EWHC 2647 (QB)

Napier Miles explores the recent High Court case of Hussain v EUI Ltd [2019] EWHC 2647 (QB) provides some guidance for hire/credit hire when a personal vehicle is also used for business.

Personal Injury: Lee Walsh v CP Hart & Sons Ltd [2020] EWHC 37 (QB)

Joanna Kerr explains how the judgment in the case of Lee Walsh v CP Hart & Sons Ltd [2020] EWHC 37 (QB) serves as a reminder of the requirements for the test of reasonable practicability in accidents at work.

Personal Injury and Overseas Jurisdictions: Attorney General of St Helena v AB & Ors (St Helena) [2020] UKPC 1

Dominic Bright analyses whether the Judicial College Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury cases are the starting point for overseas jurisdictions in light of the case of Attorney General of St Helena v AB & Ors (St Helena) [2020] UKPC 1.

Aldred v Cham [2019] EWCA Civ 1780

At the end of last month, the Court of Appeal gave judgment in an important appeal concerning the recovery of disbursements in ex-portal, fixed costs cases under CPR 45.29I(2)(h).

Woodward & Anor v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Ltd [2019] EWCA Civ 985

When is it appropriate to allow a potential defendant to take advantage of a mistake on the part of a would-be claimant giving rise to defective service, where any new claim would be statute-barred?