Personal Injury Articles

Litigating traumatic brain injury: hidden deficits and the frontal lobe paradox

Litigating traumatic brain injury: hidden deficits and the frontal lobe paradox

Date: 13 May, 2022
Headway’s Action for Brain Injury week (16-22 May 2022) is this year focusing on hidden disability. In litigation arising from brain injury, the task of lawyers and medico-legal experts is to ensure that no disability remains hidden. The frontal lobe paradox presents a challenge to this objective.

E-Scooters: The Current Framework - Part 1

E-Scooters: The Current Framework - Part 1

Date: 12 May, 2022
In the first of a five-part series, Sophie Walmsley, Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Barrister, addresses e-scooters and their role in personal injury claims. Part 1 is around the background of e-scooters including the regulations and insurance.

Greyson v Fuller: welcome clarification on the interpretation of the RTA Protocol and the interplay between the low value PI claim protocols and the CPR

Greyson v Fuller: welcome clarification on the interpretation of the RTA Protocol and the interplay between the low value PI claim protocols and the CPR

Location: Bristol, UK | Date: 9 Mar, 2022
After a long wait following an appeal hearing in April 2021, the High Court appeal decision in Greyson v Fuller [2022] EWHC 211 (QB) was handed down in February.

Updates to the Highway Code - 2022

Updates to the Highway Code - 2022

Date: 7 Mar, 2022
Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Barrister, Manon Rowlands, discusses the 2022 updates to the highway code.