Hawley v Luminar Leisure Plc and Others: QBD 10 Jan 2005

The claimant had been assaulted by a doorman at a club operated by the defendants. The doorman was supplied by a security company, which was now in liquidation. The insolvent company’s insurers had declined indemnity.
Wilkie J
[2005] EWHC 5 (QB), HQ02X03984, [2005] Lloyds Rep IR 275
Bailii
Citing:
CitedMersey Docks and Harbour Board v Coggins and Griffith (Liverpool) Ltd HL 1946
Employers Liability for Worker’s Negligence
A worker was injured by a negligently driven crane. The crane and Board’s driver were hired out to stevedores for loading work. The stevedores controlled the crane’s operations, but did not direct how the driver controlled the crane. The hire . .

Cited by:
Appeal fromHawley v Luminar Leisure Ltd and others CA 24-Jan-2006
hawley_luminarCA2006
The claimant was assaulted and severely injured at a night club by a doorman supplied to the club by a third party company now in liquidation. He claimed the club was the ‘temporary deemed employer’ of the doorman. He also sought to claim under the . .

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Updated: 23 April 2021; Ref: scu.466288