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the law on damages

27 July 2007

Many of Browne Jacobsons clients instruct the firm to deal with claims on their behalf, either at a pre action stage or following issue of a claim in the courts. These claims cover a broad spread of Road Traffic Accidents, Employers and Public Liability, disease, clinical negligence and fatal accident claims.

Browne Jacobson and its people have extensive experience in all areas covered by the consultation. In particular, the firm has experience of care issues of the type discussed in chapter 5. The firm is instructed by defendants to claims involving these issues and also acts for Local Authorities and NHS bodies.

 

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29Jan

Claims club Exeter office

We are pleased to invite you to our first Claims Club of 2020 where we will be looking at a number of topical issues such as; risk proposition, environmental changes and harassment in the workplace.

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4Feb

Insurer Insight event London office

Developed for insurers, this exclusive series of events will provide you with operational and practical insights from across the legal spectrum.

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Legal updates

Financial Services – ‘Duty of Care’ Bill: consumer protection or damp squib?

The Financial Services Duty of Care Bill (the “Bill”) was introduced into the House of Lords in October 2019 and had its second reading on 9 January 2020.

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Legal updates

Insurance Product Value and the duty to act in the best interests of customers: risks from intermediary remuneration

On 19 November 2019, the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) published “Finalised guidance” (FG19/5) for “insurance product manufacturers and distributors”.

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Legal updates

Issues to consider in relation to third party funded claims

Third party litigation funding was historically precluded by the common law rules against champerty (paying another party’s costs in return for share of the proceeds) and maintenance (improper support of litigation in which the supporter has no legitimate concern).

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Legal updates

Noise-induced hearing loss claims – documentation and the expert engineer

Guest writer, Finch Consulting Senior Consultant Teli Chinelis applies his expertise in preparing engineering reports in relation to noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) claims to explain information that is required from the claimant and information that is required and is advisable to be retained by employers, in order to ensure that claims can be fairly represented.

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The content on this page is provided for the purposes of general interest and information. It contains only brief summaries of aspects of the subject matter and does not provide comprehensive statements of the law. It does not constitute legal advice and does not provide a substitute for it.

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