Industrial Disease: Updates and Library
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I provide regular Industrial Disease Updates – you can Sign Up to receive notifications when these Updates are published. There is also a Library of useful documents.
This site is primarily designed to assist solicitors who are involved in Industrial Disease litigation. Busy practitioners are kept up-to-date with matters of interest regarding Industrial Disease. The emphasis is on practical assistance for Industrial Disease lawyers.
There are also downloads and links to useful documents within the Library sections.
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Updates on Industrial Disease matters:
Does the specific injury or disease which a claimant sustained need to be reasonably foreseeable for liability to be established? Or is reasonable foreseeability of a risk of any injury or disease sufficient? The date of ‘guilty’ knowledge is a frequent topic which arises in industrial disease litigation. This is when...Read More
The standard expected of a reasonable and prudent employer in employer liability cases is frequently the subject of both legal and factual dispute. In industrial disease claims, where the knowledge of the connection between working conditions and injury has often developed incrementally over long periods of time, this is of particular importance....Read More
I have been asked by a number of people if I can cover some of the cases which are frequently seen in Industrial Disease cases. This Article is the first such ‘essential’ case. This case considers evidence, inference and prejudice when considering Section 33 of the Limitation Act 1980. Price v...Read More
Library of Industrial Disease documents:
Recently added documents:
- Sparkes (as personal representative of Pauline Sparkes, deceased) v London Pension Funds Authority and Leigh Academies Trust
- Smith v Secretary of State for Transport
- Smith v Ford
- R (on the Application of Wandsworth Borough Council) v Her Majesty’s Senior Coroner for Inner West London
- Pinnegar v Kellogg & ICI