James Paterson secures a finding of fundamental dishonesty for the Defendant in a claim in which the Court found there to be ‘multiple untruths’ told by the Claimant and it ‘could not accept anything the Claimant says about his assertion of injury’
James Paterson represented the Defendant Insurer in a claim involving a road traffic accident. The claim was found to be fundamentally dishonest. DJ Foster sitting in the County Court at
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Paper by David Boyle on Griffiths v TUI UK Limited  EWHC 2268 (QB) published in Dehradun Law Review 2020, 12(1) DLR (2020)
After his talk in June 2020 on Alternative Dispute Resolution attracted a Zoom audience of an astonishing 645, David was invited to contribute an article for publication in the
James Paterson secures finding of fundamental dishonesty for the Defendant in a claim in which the Court found that whilst there was a genuine accident, the Claimant had dishonestly asserted he was injured
James Paterson represented the Defendant in a claim for injury and various special damages arising from a road traffic accident in which breach of duty and causation were in dispute