Archive for September, 2015

Philip Cavell v Transport for London [2015] EWHC 2283 (QB)

The court considered whether the Defendant (D) should be permitted to withdraw a pre-action admission of liability pursuant to CPR 14.1A (40 (b) in a personal injury claim brought by a cyclist (C). In October 2011, C fell off his bicycle. At the time, he told a paramedic that he fell “due to uneven ground”. […]

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Philip Cavell v Transport for London [2015] EWHC 2283 (QB)

The court considered whether the Defendant (D) should be permitted to withdraw a pre-action admission of liability pursuant to CPR 14.1A (40 (b) in a personal injury claim brought by a cyclist (C). In October 2011, C fell off his bicycle. At the time, he told a paramedic that he fell “due to uneven ground”. […]

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Ryan Kerins V Heart Of England NHS Foundation Trust CC, 31/07/2015

The court considered the meaning of “improper conduct” in CPR 44.11. The claimant’s (C) claim for damages for clinical negligence settled shortly after proceedings were served. The defendant (D) agreed to pay C’s costs to be subject to detailed assessment. C had a before the event (BTE) insurance policy, which would have covered some of […]

September 15, 2015 В· Editorial Team В· Comments Closed
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Ryan Kerins V Heart Of England NHS Foundation Trust CC (Birmingham) 31/07/2015

The court considered the meaning of “improper conduct” in CPR 44.11. The claimant’s (C) claim for damages for clinical negligence settled shortly after proceedings were served. The defendant (D) agreed to pay C’s costs to be subject to detailed assessment. C had a before the event (BTE) insurance policy, which would have covered some of […]

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