Category Fatal Accidents

PROBATE FEES,COSTS AND FATAL ACCIDENTS: SIX KEY POINTS

There has been major controversy recently about the proposed increase in probate fees. In particular there was some concern, expressed on twitter, that claimants could not afford to issue proceedings.  There are a number of points that need to be considered,  if there is a major increase in probate fees. In particular the Fatal Accidents […]

COSTS AS DAMAGES: SOME OBITER, BUT IMPORTANT, REMARKS

There are some important remarks on legal costs claimed as damages in Shaw -v- Kovac [2015] EWHC 3335(QB). (A case that is considered in more detail on Fatal Accidents Law. KEY POINTS In a fatal claim the costs of attending the inquest are potentially recoverable as a costs of the action and do not represent a […]

FATAL ACCIDENTS DAMAGES MASTERCLASS: HARDWICKE BUILDING: CENTRAL LONDON: 3rd DECEMBER 2015

Originally posted on FATAL ACCIDENTS AND ACTIONS ARISING FROM DEATH:
Details of the course on Fatal Accident Damages are set out below. It is at Hardwicke  Building, Lincoln’s Inn  on the 3rd December 2015 at 3.30 pm.  The course is free of charge and lasts for two hours (plus refreshments). To register following the link…