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PROPORTIONAL COSTS IN A FATAL CASE: THE MATTERS THAT CAN RECOVERED ON ASSESSMENT

  The facts in Powell & Ors v The Chief Constable of West Midlands Police [2018] EWHC B12 (Costs) are quite extraordinary.  This judgment, on the issue of costs, adds to the material relating to proportionality.  Equally important is the fact that it provides some guidance as to the steps a claimant is able  recover costs for […]

COSTS: THE COSTS OF ATTENDING AN INQUEST: THE APPROPRIATE APPROACH

In   Douglas v Ministry of Justice & Anor [2018] EWHC B2 (Costs) Master Leonard considered the issue of the recoverability of costs of attending an inquest. There  is a highly nuanced approach. There is support for some of the costs of a deceased party attending the inquest being recoverable. It adds an added layer of complexity to representation […]

FUNDING, COSTS AND FATAL ACCIDENT CLAIMS: SOME PARTICULAR POINTS TO WATCH

 Here we look at some particular points relating to the funding of fatal accidents. These matters are considered in more detail in the 3rd edition of Fatal Accident Litigation which will be published shortly by Jordans. Details available here.  THE PORTALS AND  LOW VALUE  PROTOCOL It would be unusual for a claim involving a fatal […]