Articles matching "qocs"
Although there are many reports of a finding of fundamental dishonesty in whiplash cases, they are only now starting to emerge in larger claims. Sunil Nannar looks at the judgment in one such case,…Read more
It is not uncommon for noise induced hearing loss claims to be issued without medical evidence and we have on a number of occasions successfully applied to have claims struck out for failing to comply…Read more
Three family members, who had brought claims for personal injury, discontinued their claims on the second day of a two day trial and agreed to pay the defendant’s costs, even though their claims were…Read more
A claimant who brought a late notified personal injury claim and who treated the signing of statements of truth “with impunity and in fact contempt”, had his claim dismissed and was ordered to pay the…Read more
An attempt to bring a claim for personal injury by an individual, who was not an occupant at the time that two vehicles came into contact with each other, failed and was condemned as being the “worst…Read more
A Defendant successfully applied to strike out a suspected fraudulent road traffic accident claim as a result of the Claimant’s failure to exchange witness evidence, after the Defendant had served…Read more
When work equipment appears to have failed and caused injury, claimants can be encouraged to litigate relying upon either the strict liability concept (before the ERRA came into force) or in general…Read more