The defendant drove into the rear of the claimant’s car, but the defendant later said that car did not have working tail lights and she was using her mobile phone. She alleged serious injury which was disputed.
Held: The claimant’s evidence was credible, and contributory negligence was not established. She had suffered brain damage and adverse changes to her personality. Damages accordingly.
 EWHC 2346 (QB)
England and Wales
See Also – Williams v Jervis (Komatsu) (Hearing Costs) QBD 30-Jul-2009
See Also – Williams v Jervis (Komatsu) (Costs Liability) QBD 30-Jul-2009
These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 09 May 2021; Ref: scu.276810