Hovis baker who claimed he was left brain damaged and barely able to walk after factory fall is secretly filmed running for bus, carrying shopping and looking after his children as judge throws out £300k compensation bid
In Swift v Carpenter  EWHC 2060 (QB) the claimant, aged 39, had suffered serious lower-limb injuries in a road traffic accident. Liability was agreed and in 2018 the quantum assessment came before Mrs Justice Lambert in the High Court, who made awards on various heads of claim.
Today’s claim by the House of Commons Transport Committee that electric scooters should be legalised in the UK, backs up my previous assumptions that their introduction to our roads has been in the pipeline for a while.
Most non-drivers do not know that white lights indicate that a parked car is about to reverse, according to research commissioned by a personal injury lawyers’ body for its annual injury prevention campaign.