The importance of factual evidence in proving liability for accident (Whiting v First/Keolis Transpennine Ltd) – LexisNexis (Emily Formby)

The importance of factual evidence in proving liability for accident (Whiting v First/Keolis Transpennine Ltd) – LexisNexis (Emily Formby)


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In an interview with LexisNexis, Emily Formby points out that Whiting v First/Keolis Transpennine Ltd is a reminder to practitioners of the critical importance of understanding evidence and analysing the relative parties’ evidence and assessments of the same.

To read the full interview, please click here.

 


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