"HE LACKED THE NECESSARY EXPERTISE TO SUBSTANTIATE AND JUSTIFY HIS CONCLUSION": A CASE WHERE NO SPECIFIC RELIANCE WAS PLACED ON AN EXPERT'S EVIDENCE

“HE LACKED THE NECESSARY EXPERTISE TO SUBSTANTIATE AND JUSTIFY HIS CONCLUSION”: A CASE WHERE NO SPECIFIC RELIANCE WAS PLACED ON AN EXPERT’S EVIDENCE

In Eaton v Auto-Cycle Union Ltd & Ors [2022] EWHC 2642 (KB) Mr Justice Turner was critical of the expert evidence called by the claimant.   “Quite simply, he lacked the necessary expertise to substantiate and justify his conclusions. It…

FATAL ACCIDENTS 2023: SEEING THE CLIENT; UNDERSTANDING THE LAW; THE SCHEDULE: GETTING THINGS RIGHT: TAKING CARE OF YOUR CLIENTS AND YOURSELVES: A SERIES OF WEBINARS TO GUIDE YOU THROUGH IT

Alongside solicitor Hilary Wetherell we are presenting a series of webinars to take practitioners through the major elements of personal injury law, practice and procedure.  Each webinar can be viewed as a stand alone webinar as well as being part…

COST BITES 26: DEFENDANT'S CONDUCT WAS FAR FROM PERFECT BUT DID NOT JUSTIFY AN AWARD OF INDEMNITY COSTS

COST BITES 26: DEFENDANT’S CONDUCT WAS FAR FROM PERFECT BUT DID NOT JUSTIFY AN AWARD OF INDEMNITY COSTS

In Evans v R&V Allgemeine Verischerung AG [2022] EWHC 2688 (KB)  HHJ Howells (sitting as a High Court Judge) did not accept the claimant’s argument that the defendant’s conduct of the case was such that indemnity costs should be ordered….