In this CPDcast Andrew Hogarth from 12 King’s Bench Walk speaks about psychiatric injury claims and the approach the courts have taken in such cases. He discusses recent case law and highlights the change in the court’s approach, as well as covering, in some detail, the various criterion which distinguish primary victims from secondary victims. Date Recorded: 9th September 2014
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