Personal Injury Articles
How will loss of earnings and child care costs be considered and quantified by the court, particularly in the case of previously high earning claimants? Kim Harrison, partner in Pannone’s serious injury group, comments on a recent ruling that More...
Pleural plaques-where now? Asks Richard Scorer
This article explains how the CA approached the issues of breach of duty and contributory negligence in a supermarket tripping case ( Palfrey v Morrisons, Lawtel AC9401225).
Divided loyalties? Will natural sympathy for asbestos sufferers trump policy concerns?Elizabeth Carley reports In brief
Pannone article - pituitary problems after brain injury by Carol Jackson, Partner at Pannone Solicitors and Mike Barnes, Professor of Neurorehabilitation.
Richard Scorer considers the rights and wrongs of kettling.
Claims for damages after the loss of a loved one are emotional and distressing. No amount of money can compensate you for such a loss. Deirdre Healy, Partner in our Personal Injury department, explains how our specialist fatal accident solicitors More...
Since the implementation of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, subsequently amended by the Disability Discrimination Act 2005, the definition of disability has evolved from the traditional medical model to that of the social model in which it More...
Clients often ask us what the Court of Protection is about, and how it works. Emma Holt, Head of our Medical Negligence team, provides some answers.