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Issue 55 June 2024
  • Jun 14, 2024
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In this issue we mostly cover personal injury, download here.

A personal injury claim has been described as ‘a legal case where one party has suffered injury in an accident and it was someone else's fault’. Although anybody who has been involved in a PI case will know its a lot more complicated.

Areas covered include, ‘An Unhelpfully Catastrophic Contribution’ by Ben Simons. Where in the early stages of a personal injury claim, particularly road traffic accident (RTA) claims, whilst the insurers are investigating liability, they will often allege that the claimant has contributed in some way to the accident occurring. ‘Whiplash Reform and the Official Injury Claim service’, A House of Commons Committee report, with recommendations to government, gives indepth details of the major reforms to the area of compensation for whiplash. ‘Tackling Health and Safety in Sport’, Kevin Clancy and Yaser Razouk explore the ongoing practical and legal challenges faced by sporting governing bodies and individuals alike regarding concussion management. ‘Role of MRI or CT Scan in Sports Head Injury’ by Nader Khandanpour. ‘Gross Negligence Manslaughter and the Medical Profession. Is the Test Fit for Purpose? Is a New Approach Needed?’ Article two of three by Rakesh Bhardwaj.

Of interest to all instructors and experts are ‘Expert Report Writing Part Three: The Quantum Report’ by Hugh Johnson. And‘Corporate Fraud. Any ‘Collar’ You Like!’ A case for asserting that the term ‘white-collar crime’ is out of date and confusing for executives, lawyers, and managers, by Ian Ross.

Our next issue will be published in August 2024, if you have a submission or article email us.

Chris Connelly