Personal Injury Law Essays

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The Police Men In White

The issue in question is whether the police men in white V chief constable of south Yorkshire, should have been successful in their claim for their psychiatric injuries on the notion that it would be incremental development of the law on psychiatric injury.

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Pre Action Protocol For Personal Injury

In April 1999 the civil claim procedure known as Legal Aid was replaced by the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR). These are also sometimes known as The Woolf Reforms because they were instigated by Lord Woolf, the then Master of the Rolls.

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A Road Traffic Accident

A witness to a Road Traffic Accident (RTA) who suffers a recognized psychiatric disorder (like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) as a result of witnessing the RTA can claim damages against the person causing the accident.

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