Sabir v Osei-Kwabena EWCA Civ 1213 .LTL 25.11.2015 EWCA Civ 1213 LTL 25.11.2015
Contributory negligence of pedestrian,
Substantial experience of heavy personal injury litigation and high profile inquests. Also wide experience of professional regulatory law. Recent cases have included liability for delayed treatment of decompression illness in a diver, an accident in a factory in the Czech Republic and multi-party claims arising out of multiple accidents caused by the condition of the highway.
Legally Qualified Chair, Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service, and Legal Adviser to the General Dental Council, General Optical Council, Nursing & Midwifery Council, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Farriers Registration Council and Social Work England.
Contributory negligence of pedestrian,
Car running onto railway track from adjacent car park. Analysis of responsibility between occupiers of car park and vehicle insurers
Investigative powers of Coroner
Extent of duty to maintain under s 41 Highways Act 1980
Extent of duty to maintain under s41 Highways Act 1980.
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