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Intense media attention arising out of the Alton Towers Smiler rollercoaster accident has led to concern over the safety of fairground rides. Emily Goddard and Paul Paxton outline some PI lessons from the Smiler Disaster.
How did the courts decide whether a claim for clinical negligence using a jurisdiction clause invoked under Brussels I (recast) was valid or not? Chris Deacon, associate at Stewarts Law, examines the case of Roberts v Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association
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Victims of serious injury from accidents on the slopes are currently protected in a number of different ways by the UK's membership of the EU. How does Brexit impact this?
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.
Kirsty was with her fiancé in their local town centre, having just been to the bank to put money into their wedding fund, when she was struck by falling concrete from a shop front and suffered a devastating spinal cord injury.
The recent reported case of Mark Pollock captured the media's attention as well as that of the legal industry. Ben Rogers and Matthew Stockwell, who represented Mark, explain the issues in the case to APIL's PI Focus publication.
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