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Dolmans has once again been recognised as a ‘Band 1’ firm for Personal Injury: Mainly Defendant (Wales) in the Chambers & Partners rankings for 2021.

Dolmans is once again recognised as a Tier 1 law firm in Wales in the category of Personal Injury: Defendant in the Legal 500 rankings for 2021. The Legal 500 seeks quotes from other legal practitioners operating in the same area of the law and clients of the practice. The quotations are gleaned from confidential research about Dolmans.

This edition includes a follow up article on the development of remote trials and hearings from a regulatory and criminal perspective, as well as case updates in relation to ‘failure to remove’ claims and costs.

This edition includes a report on the development of remote trials and hearings since the initial Covid-19 lockdown in March 2020, as well as various case updates.

This edition covers case summaries relating to an accident abroad, a delay in applying for expert evidence, dishonesty and relief from sanctions.

This edition includes a report on a workplace accident claim where the trial judge had to consider a variety of allegations raised by the Claimant, a focus on employers’ liability / vicarious liability and recent case updates.

This edition includes a report on a claim where the integrity of the Claimant’s witness was called into question, an analysis of the annual statistics for workplace accidents issued by the HSE, as well as recent case updates.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition includes a claim which involved traffic management, resurfaced highways and the application of section 58 of the Highways Act 1980, a focus on inquest costs recovery in subsequent civil proceedings as well as recent case updates.

This edition includes case summaries relating to costs, expert reconstruction evidence and portal claims as well as the latest changes to the Fatal Accidents Act 1976.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition includes an employers’ liability claim where there was a dispute over the instructions provided to the Claimant and case summaries relating to expert evidence, limitation in claims for NIHL and dependency claims under the Fatal Accidents Act 1976.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition includes an employers’ liability claim brought following a manual handling accident in a care home and case summaries relating to abuse of process, fixed costs, Counsel’s fees and fundamental dishonesty.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition considers an incident at Manorbier Castle, Pembrokeshire, where the Court had to decide whether the condition of a rural footpath was dangerous and case summaries relating to surveillance evidence and the perils involved with effecting service of the Claim Form.

This edition considers recent case-law updates as well as the increase in bereavement damages.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers our recent experience of a virtual trial during lockdown, an article on the potential impact of Bannister v Freemans PLC [2020] in mesothelioma claims as well as the usual case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition includes a case where our client’s good system of record keeping and comprehensive witness evidence was sufficient to defeat a claim following an accident in a primary school, the potential costs consequences where fundamental dishonesty is not established, as well as various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition examines a case where the Health & Safety Executive agreed to withdraw their Fees for Intervention which were levied against our client, an update from the Supreme Court in relation to vicarious liability as well as the usual case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition examines a claim where QOCS was disapplied following a successful strike out application, an update on whiplash reforms and the increase in bereavement damages, as well as various case summaries.

This edition covers recent case-law and the new rules for pleading credit hire claims.

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Dolmans has once again been recognised as a ‘Band 1’ firm for Personal Injury: Mainly Defendant (Wales) in the Chambers & Partners rankings for 2021.

Dolmans is once again recognised as a Tier 1 law firm in Wales in the category of Personal Injury: Defendant in the Legal 500 rankings for 2021.

This edition includes a follow up article on the development of remote trials and hearings from a regulatory and criminal perspective, as well as case updates in relation to ‘failure to remove’ claims and costs.

Dolmans has once again been recognised as a ‘Band 1’ firm for Personal Injury: Mainly Defendant (Wales) in the Chambers & Partners rankings for 2021.

Dolmans is once again recognised as a Tier 1 law firm in Wales in the category of Personal Injury: Defendant in the Legal 500 rankings for 2021.

This edition includes a follow up article on the development of remote trials and hearings from a regulatory and criminal perspective, as well as case updates in relation to ‘failure to remove’ claims and costs.

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