Simon Howarth considers the decision in Adams v Options UK, and the potential ramifications.
Simon Wilton reflects on the decision in McFarland-Cruickshanks v England Kerr Hands Solicitors Ltd
In this case note, Thomas Crockett explores the Supreme Court’s judgment in this COVID-19 business interruption insurance test case.
The fourth instalment in the Business Interruption series examines causation and loss in broker claims relating to BI Insurance.
This third article in our series considers issues relating to breach of duty by insurance brokers which arise out of business interruption policies.
The second article explores causation and quantum issues that are likely to arise in Covid-19 related business interruption insurance disputes.
This first article describes very briefly the nature of business interruption insurance and then considers the first issue arising: is the cover engaged.
The Seventh issue, by Henry Bankes-Jones, explores how any Medical Negligence or Personal Injury Claim in a Professional Negligence context, whether lost or under-settled, is always contingent upon supportive expert evidence, as well as what a Claimant “would have done” but for the negligence.
The sixth issue, by David Jukes, provides an overview of the proper management of costs and costs risks as an essential part of a personal injury practitioners’ toolkit.
The fifth issue, by Thomas Crockett, explores how questions of limitation in underlying clinical negligence or personal injury cases are frequently the subject matter for consequent professional indemnity litigation.