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Welcome to the latest edition of Disease and Abuse aware.
- Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence: Prejudice (Limitation) in Scottish Abuse cases
- Hearing loss and quantum: When the Audiogram is Not the Whole Story.
- Lost in Time: Court of Appeal overturns MacKenzie
- The absent expert: Can last-minute unavailability justify the loss of a trial date?
- Vibration induced injury claims on the rise again?
- A Bitter Taste
- A Matter of consent
- Whither Asbestos
Regulation 2 of the Social Security Amendment Regulations 2019, which was laid before Parliament on 9 September 2019 and is set to come in to force on 9 December 2019, is unlikely to have been on many legacy insurers’ radar but could pave the way for a new wave of legacy disease claims.
News And Events 20/05/2019
Following a competitive tender process, Ageas – the UK’s fifth largest home insurer, has appointed Keoghs as their main defendant law firm for home and commercial claims.
Client Alerts 24/04/2019
The Implications of Goldscheider v Royal Opera House (ROH)
Client Alerts 03/04/2019
The CJC working group published a report on 6 September 2017 which recommended a much-improved exchange of information in the early stages of a claim in order to narrow the issues, through a new letter of claim process.
Client Alerts 08/02/2019
On 6th February 2019, Master Thornett handed down what is believed to be the first judgment on the issue of Periodical Payment Orders (PPOs) as a mechanism for funding future immunotherapy in mesothelioma claim