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Personal Injury Analysis: Burden of Proof in personal injury is on Claimant




 

Angus Piper discusses the decision in Carter v Kingswood Learning and Leisure Group Ltd [2018] EWHC 1616 (QB), a reminder of a Claimant’s obligation regarding the burden of proof in personal injury claims, in an article first published on Lexis®PSL Personal Injury on 9 July 2018. Please click here for the article. 

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