In the recent case of Sameer v Marsal, defended by our legal solutions, Keoghs partner Damian Ward, an Evans Harding engineer was described as an ‘unimpressive’ witness and his report was shown to be materially wrong and its findings rejected following our engineering team’s investigation into the damage.
Case Studies Type: Legal Solutions
We acted for insurers in connection with a breach of authority by a broker coverholder under a binding authority agreement. The matter comprised two stages: firstly, determining the coverage position in relation to a high value claim under the insurance (including the question of which contract of insurance would respond); then, secondly, dealing with the potential liability of the broker coverholder to insurers.
In the case of R&S Pilling t/a Phoenix Engineering (Respondent) v UK Insurance Ltd (Appellant)  UKSC 16, Keoghs acted for the Appellant in respect of an appeal from  EWCA Civ 259.
We acted on the instructions of insurers for civil and structural engineers in two claims brought against various construction professionals by the freeholder and the tenant arising out of the design and construction of a high-bay distribution warehouse.
Mr & Mrs Perry hired a bouncy castle to celebrate their triplets’ 10th birthday party.
Judgment emphasises that current framework for untraced drivers is fit for purpose.
Keoghs handled the leading case (Howard v The Imperial London Hotels Limited  EWHC 202 (QB)) on the issues of whether claimants could pursue a Periodic Payments Order for the future funding of immunotherapy treatment in a mesothelioma claim.
This was a much eagerly awaited Court of Appeal case, with the result being significant for the credit hire industry.
Acting for the Defendant insurer where Claimant’s solicitor failed to provide a “statement of status” of each fee earner for whom work was claimed in every bill of costs that they served.
Keoghs abuse team has been acting for Barclays Bank plc and its insurers in a major group action concerning the issue of whether the bank can be liable for assaults by an independent contractor (a GP in private practice who is alleged to have assaulted nearly 200 people in the course of pre-employment medical examinations).