|| All ER (D) 419 (Oct)
||Keith Bryant (instructed by the Solicitor for the Metropolitan Police) for the claimant.
||Anthony Hudson (instructed by Russell, Jones & Walker) for W, as interested party.
||29 October 2002
Police - Police pensions - Ill-health pension - Disablement - Cause of disablement - Disablement in execution of duty - Police Pensions Regulations 1987, B4.
The decision of a medical referee that a police officer was entitled to a policeman's injury award under paraB4 of the Police Pensions Regulations 1987 because the officer suffered from a disablement that had been caused by an injury sustained in the execution of his duty was not supported by the material that was before him and would be quashed.
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