Monthly Archives: February 2019

EXAGGERATION NOT NECESSARILY FUNDAMENTAL DISHONESTY

Spencer Smith v Ashwell Maintenance Limited (Leicester County Court, 21/1/2019) Claimant who was found to have exaggerated and overstated his difficulties not fundamentally dishonest on the basis that his motive was to convince rather than to deceive The claimant was a qualified gas engineer who, on 14th July 2013 in the course of his employment, […]

Aches on a Plane: Claimant unsuccessful after uncomfortable flight

In Prosser v British Airways Plc [2018] EW Misc  the Claimant was unsuccessful in his claim for damages arising from an injury suffered as a result of sitting next to a passenger of large stature  on the Defendant’s aircraft. Frances Lawley THE RELEVANT TEST The relevant test was: that the claimant suffered injury; as a result of an […]