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News | Wed 27th Apr, 2016
Sarah spoke about accidents arising out of low-velocity impact (LVI) collisions and how best to investigate and present such cases. Helen examined the provisions within the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 and Part 44 of the Civil Procedure Rules which relate to a litigant’s “fundamental dishonesty” and reviewed the existing case law. William spoke about credit hire claims and provided an update on recent developments.
9 Gough Chambers’s personal injury barristers are experienced in dealing with claims arising out of road traffic accidents. They provide advice and routinely appear in court in such cases.
If you are interested in receiving training from barristers at 9 Gough Chambers, please contact us.