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01 February 2010
The leading case is McKew -v- Holland and Ors  : in that case a man’s leg had a tendency to give way without warning as a result of an injury for which the defendant admitted liability.
Two policemen spotted a motorcyclist speeding in the early hours of the morning as he came back from a party. They flashed their blue lights to indicate he should stop.
We acted on behalf of three male ASLEF members who worked out of the Carmarthen Depot as train drivers for Arriva Trains Wales. They were between 40- 50 years of age. They all drove the 140, 142, 150, 152 and 153 model locomotives along lines throughout South West Wales for several years before symptoms.
The claimant is an enforcement officer working for a Borough Council. He has to wear body armour at work to protect him from stabbing attacks.
A man skidded off his scooter when he went over a manhole cover. His clothes smelled of sewage that appeared to be leaking from the cover.