Alexander and Others v Midland Bank Plc: MCLC 26 Aug 1998

(Mayor’s and City of London Court) In claim for repetitive strain injury for typists in absence of obvious physical damage was on balance not psychosomatic. Plaintiffs could show more than passing pain and discomfort and the scheme of work imposing heavy burden was the cause.


Gazette 26-Aug-1998


CitedWalker v Northumberland County Council QBD 16-Nov-1994
The plaintiff was a manager within the social services department. He suffered a mental breakdown in 1986, and had four months off work. His employers had refused to provide the increased support he requested. He had returned to work, but again, did . .

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Appeal fromAlexander and others v Midland Bank Plc CA 22-Jul-1999
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Personal Injury

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