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Client Alerts 09/04/2018
Dryden & Ors v Johnson Matthey Plc  UKSC 18 The Supreme Court has decided that mere sensitisation to an allergen is an injury for which damages can be recovered. The reasoning employed to reach that view is difficult to follow. Because of this the full implications are unclear. The one certainty is that insurers can expect to face other claims for sensitisation – and the damages may not be modest.
Client Alerts 04/08/2017
We take a look at a recent disease case whereby the Court of Appeal upheld a finding of 30% contributory negligence for smoking in an asbestos lung cancer case and how the decision might impact upon other cases of this kind going forward.
Client Alerts 15/02/2016
The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in Heneghan, covering asbestos lung cancer causation. The claimant’s appeal has failed with the Court accepting that once disease causation had been established by ‘doubling of risk’, each defendant must pay only according to their contribution to that risk.
Client Alerts 19/05/2015
The Supreme Court has handed down its judgment in the partial cover mesothelioma case of International Energy Group Limited (IEGL).
Client Alerts 10/02/2015
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has succeeded in challenging the Welsh Assembly’s attempt to make insurers pay NHS charges in asbestos cases.