It remains commonplace in the fairground industry that inflatables and rides are operated without adequate Health and Safety measures. A recent case highlighted the tragic consequences of non-compliance with Health and Safety Regulations and the legal steps that will be taken when a breach is identified.
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Our specialist Accident at Work team has recovered a substantial six-figure sum for a client who suffered serious injuries as a result of an accident in the workplace, for which we secured an admission of full liability (fault) from the employer.
Trainee Solicitor's credibility questioned? Conflict in acting for injured party & credit hire Company? Do these questions justify sanction for Counsel?
Trainee Solicitor's credibility questioned? Conflict in acting for injured party and credit hire Company? Does either of these questions justify sanction for Counsel? The All-Scotland Personal Injury Court recently considered these issues in the case of Neil Robertson v Esure Insurance Limited.
Further to our last update regarding the Civil Litigation (Expenses and Group Proceedings) (Scotland) Bill, the Bill has now been passed by Parliament following a unanimous vote. Once the Bill receives Royal Assent it will become an Act of the Scottish Parliament. This is expected to follow in the coming weeks.
The Scottish Government has passed the Civil Litigation (Expenses and Group Proceedings) (Scotland) Bill which will ensure that there is greater funding equity between those injured and those defending personal injury actions.