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Peregrine Redgrave, Senior Associate, sets out a few common errors made by experts along with a selection of cases in which they have been the subject of judicial criticism.
Experts are relied upon to offer an objective, informed and independent assessment of a case on the matters on which they are asked to opine. Their duty is to the court and is absolute.
Summary of a hard-fought case due to difficult arguments around consent, and the ongoing care that the client required after the injury.
Hugh Johnson focuses on report preparation and presentation in the first of a three part series of articles.
Changing expert witnesses during a case involves both practical and tactical considerations, as Rebecca Hill explains.
Josh suffered a severe spinal cord injury and had his right leg amputated after falling while working at a climbing centre.
Specialist lawyers from Stewarts Law's travel team supported the APIL Accidents Abroad Conference in London on 3rd November 2016.
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