PERSONAL INJURY UPDATE – Evidential Issues Relating to Witnesses.
In this article, the first of four on evidential issues relating to witnesses, Ian Huffer discusses the legal principles surrounding failure to call witnesses.
“This article is prompted partly by my own recent court experiences and partly by reading the recent High Court decision of Taylor v Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 1048 (QB). It considers the court’s case law guidance on evidence in personal injury and clinical negligence claims and, in particular, the inferences that can properly be made from certain primary findings of fact.”
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