From agreement of damages to approval, there are various procedural banana skins to be negotiated along the way.
Here are six tips to help you in having a settlement approved.
The claimant brought an action against the defendant for personal injury following a tripping incident on a path in Abram Park, Wigan.
Defective service and “technical game playing”: Woodward & Ors v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Ltd  EWCA Civ 985
Woodward & Ors v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Ltd  EWCA Civ 985 is the latest procedural skirmish in the ongoing battle between Claimants and Defendants.
09/05/2019 British Airways Plc v Prosser  EWCA Civ 547,  All ER (D) 30 (Apr) Personal Injury analysis: Frances Lawley, barrister at Zenith Chambers, explores the decision in British Airways Plc v Prosser, which found that a solicitor can recover VAT on a medical reporting organisation fee. What are the practical […]
Zenith Chambers are proud to announce that the Lord Chief Justice has appointed; Colin Richmond, Ruwena Khan, Chris Rafferty, Mark Henley and Keith Allen as a Deputy District Judge on the North Eastern Circuit. Huge congratulations!
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, […]
In Blake v Mad Max Ltd  EWHC 2134 (QB) Peter Marquand (sitting as a High Court Judge) considered several disputed aspects of damages in a fatal claim. The judgment provides a useful guide to general damages in mesothelioma cases, it confirms the view that damages cannot be awarded for a “wake” and provides a […]