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A & B v. Somerset County Council

A master had erred in applying too strict a test of causation when refusing an application for pre-action disclosure under CPR r.31.16 in relation to a claim for negligence against... Read More

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Lumb v. Hampsey

The test to be adopted under CPR r.36.10(5) for exercising discretion to depart from the usual costs consequences where a claimant accepted a defendant's Part 36 offer out of time... Read More

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Broadfield v. Meyrick Estate Management Limited

An employer had been in breach of its obligation to provide a suitable and sufficient handrail in accordance with the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 reg.12(5) in circumstances... Read More

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Asa MacIntyre v. Ministry of Defence

An army officer's claim for damages for personal injuries sustained in a rock fall during an army climbing expedition was dismissed as there had been no breach of duty of... Read More

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Peter Scott v. Process Mechanical Limited

The operation of moving some heavy benches in a workshop involved breaches by the employer of its duties under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 reg.4 but the employee's accident... Read More
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