28 July 2021 - Written by Christopher Lowe

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss and Medical Causation: NIL on the Slide!

In this blog, Chris Lowe reviews the current requirements for proving medical causation in NIHL claims, reviewing recent practice in relation to the “Guidelines…” paper and considering the "R3" requirement With a...

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9 April 2021 - Written by Thomas Herbert

High Court Refuses Defendant's Request to Try Causation as a Preliminary Issue in Claim under the COSHH Regulations

Freedman J’s decision in Mather v Ministry of Defence [2021] EWHC 811 (QB) – which can be read here – is interesting for (at least) two reasons. First, ...

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30 March 2021 - Written by Abigail Scott

Causation in Occupational Cancer Claims: An Overview

The law adopts a nuanced approach to causation in occupational cancer claims. Practitioners dealing with such claims must be alive to the distinctions and difficulties that may arise in this area. This post provides an overview of the application of the different test...

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