Harcourt v FEF Griffin and others: QBD 27 Jun 2007

The claimant sought damages after being very severely injured whilst training in gymnastics at the defendant’s gym. The parties now disputed the existence of an obligation to discover to the claimant the nature and extent of insurance to cover the claim and its costs.
Held: The matter should be disclosed. This was a high value claim, and the existence of insurance was directly relevant to any award of interim damages.

Judges:

Irwin J

Citations:

[2007] EWHC 1500 (QB), [2007] PIQR Q9

Links:

Bailii

Jurisdiction:

England and Wales

Personal Injury, Litigation Practice

Updated: 21 May 2022; Ref: scu.271250