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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome – A Judicial Review

Articles | 9th Apr 2018

Ruffell v Lovatt – HHJ Hughes QC 4 April 2018 In a recent judgment handed down by HHJ Hughes QC at Winchester County Court the issue of damages for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (“CRPS”) was considered. Shaun Ferris was instructed by Liddell & Co on behalf of the Defendant. The Claimant sought damages in excess […]

Withdrawing admissions – Wood v Days Healthcare UK Limited [2017] EWCA Civ 2097

Articles | 14th Dec 2017

The Court of Appeal has considered the position where a defendant (D1), presented with a claim that is said to be of low value, admits liability but is later confronted with a significant increase in the value of the claim. The claimant initially indicated that her claim was a fast track claim (then limited to […]

Horner v Norman: Q&A article with Shaun Ferris published

Articles | 17th Nov 2015

Shaun Ferris explores Horner v Norman and argues that this case shows that, despite a tendency to apportion a larger share of blame to the motorist, the courts may still hold the pedestrian significantly at fault. The full article is featured here.

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