01 January 2007
It seems strange that arguments about foreseeability still arise when work equipment is faulty and causes injury.
An NHS trust was negligent in not implementing policies recommended by the Safety and Security in Ashworth, Broadmoor and Rampton Hospital Directions 2000.
The horseman was at a display at Windsor Castle to celebrate the Queen’s jubilee.
The case below failed.
The claimant was a meter reader.
The claimant had to grit icy areas as part of her job as school caretaker.
Employees used a fish knife to open tied bags.
There has been a series of recent cases dealing with limitation issues, some of them affecting disease cases.
The claimant was a patient suing by a litigation friend.
From 6 April 2007 Defendants definitely will not be compelled to pay in when making offers , but pre-action admissions will be binding.
Before incurring a fee for a detailed weather report, there is information on the BBC website that can be helpful when we need basic information that may help in making a liability decision.