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PI Practitioner, May 2020

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Bonsor v Bio Collectors Ltd [2020] EWHC 918 (QB)

The Claimant brought a successful claim for injury, loss and damage against the Defendant. The court had found that the Defendant's employee drove his lorry negligently and caused the Claimant's injuries. No contributory negligence was found. The Claimant had also made allegations in relation to the absence of three pieces of warning equipment. Two of these allegations were abandoned in the opening of the case. The third allegation, which related to a Fresnel lens, was pursued unsuccessfully, as the Claimant failed to...

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