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01 November 2007
The appellants had been negligently exposed to asbestos at work and developed pleural plaques.
The claimant and his colleagues moved four large machines from a delivery bay to positions inside the factory.
The claimant worked for the MOD. His colleagues were having problems closing a door in the ammunition store.
The claimant was a home carer at the patient’s own home. The patient was very heavy and paralysed.
The claimant had been working at a hospital under a training contract.
The claimant, 42 years old at the date of the accident and 47 at the date of trial, suffered multiple injuries in an RTA
The claimant was shunted from behind at low speed by a car driven by the defendant. Liability was admitted.
The Court of Appeal has revisited some of the issues that were previously considered in Dimond -v- Lovell (2002).
The claimant suffered an injury to his middle and ring fingers that required surgery to repair tendons.
While this case was settled rather than proceeding to a judgment, it is worth mentioning for the benefit of others who might be pursuing claims for assaults by club bouncers.