Dealing with uncertain causation in personal injury claims – material contribution and other mechanisms

Posted: 09/06/2022

9th June 2022

Cost: Free
CPD: 1 hour

For all its consideration by the highest courts over generations, causation in personal injury litigation remains notoriously complex and incohesive, prompting a High Court judge to call for authoritative review as recently as October last year (Soole J in Thorley v Sandwell & Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust [2021] EWHC 2604 (QB)).  In this webinar, Niazi Fetto and Andrew Bershadski will guide you through the safe ground and the uncertain waters of today’s law, examining the application and boundaries of the various tests in cases where mechanism of injury is complex or uncertain.

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Niazi Fetto KC

Call: 1999 Silk: 2023

Andrew Bershadski

Call: 2010


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