Use of surveillance evidence in personal injury claims
Use of surveillance evidence in personal injury claims (Karapetianas v Kent and Sussex Loft Conversions)
The High Court has found a significant discrepancy between a claimant’s presentation in covert surveillance evidence with that of the the medico-legal evidence in a personal injury claim. However the High Court declined to strike out the claim for abuse of process. Jack Ferro, comments on what lessons can be learned from this case for practitioners.
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