||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 219 (Jun)
|| EWHC 1641 (QB)
||Queen's Bench Division
Mr Justice Kenneth Parker
||David Allan QC and Ivan Bowley (instructed by Pannone LLP) for the claimant.
||David Heaton QC (instructed by DWF LLP) for the defendants.
||19 June 2013
Damages - Personal injury - Amount of damages - Claimant being serious injured when hit by first defendant's car - Claimant seeking damages - Whether claimant having capacity to conduct litigation and manage his property and affairs - Whether costs of past care and management should be disallowed - Extent of future care and case management - Amount of damages for past gratuitous care, future loss of earnings, and pain and suffering - Whether award of provisional damages should be made.
Damages Personal injury. The claimant was struck by a vehicle driven by the first defendant while riding his bicycle when he was 12 years old. He sought damages for the serious injury he suffered. The Queen's Bench Division, in assessing damages for past gratuitous care, future loss of earnings, and pain and suffering, held that the claimant did not have capacity to conduct litigation, and manage his property and affairs.
- An Official transcript is the final version of the judgment prepared by shorthand writers. LexisLibrary contains all judgments from the High Court and aboveView Judgment
- The All England Law Reports comprises judgments with headnotes and catchwords indicating the area of law and key issues of the case prepared by legally qualified editorsFind AllER Reports
- Commentary discussing this particular case from LexisLibrary's comprehensive range of titles including Butterworths, Halsbury's and TolleyView related commentary
- Cases related to this particular case that are related to, or discuss this caseView related cases