Tuson v Murphy: CA 22 Jun 2018

The claimant won her personal injury case, but appealed from an order to pay the defendant’s costs after she had failed to declare her attempt to begin a business.
Held: The Claimant’s modest attempts to run a playgroup did not amount to evidence that the Claimant’s disability was fabricated. The defendant’s offer had been a straightforward Part 36 offer made with full knowledge of the facts complained of. The judge’s order was flawed, and the appeal succeeded.


[2018] EWCA Civ 1461




England and Wales


AppliedFairclough Homes Ltd v Summers SC 27-Jun-2012
The respondent had made a personal injury claim, but had then been discovered to have wildly and dishonestly exaggerated the damages claim. The defendant argued that the court should hand down some condign form of punishment, and appealed against . .
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Updated: 24 April 2022; Ref: scu.618836