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Can I claim compensation for sexual assault when my abuser has died?

Author Sam Robson | Post 17th Mar 2015 at 20:48 | 8664 views

Can I claim compensation for sexual assault when my abuser has died? The UK is unique in Europe in that it has no Statute of Limitations for the investigation and prosecution of historic ... more

Have you suffered abuse at the hands of a foster carer?

Author Sam Robson | Post 18th Oct 2017 at 20:33 | 1629 views

Can I claim compensation from Local Authority if my Foster Carers abused me? “Yes” is the short answer. The Supreme Court (the highest Court in the land) recently heard a case about ... more

Supreme Court extends law on vicarious liability

Author Sam Robson | Post 02nd Mar 2016 at 19:52 | 1844 views

The Supreme Court extends Vicarious Liability  Two recent decisions of the Supreme Court are a forewarning for employers where their employees commit a wrongdoing at w... more

The latest developments in Vicarious Liability

Author Sam Robson | Post 26th Jul 2018 at 20:30 | 835 views

Vicarious Liability and Independent Contractors The law of vicarious liability has been steadily developed by the Courts over the last 20 years.  It is essentially a public policy decision to ... more

Vicarious liability at work

Author Sam Robson | Post 10th Jun 2015 at 21:27 | 2124 views

Vicarious liability following the decision in Graham -v- Commercial Bodyworks [2015] It has been a long established principle of English law that for reasons of public policy, victims of accidents ... more

Vicarious Liabilty and Schools

Author Sam Robson | Post 07th Oct 2014 at 11:48 | 4140 views

Vicarious liability and Schools Solicitor Robert Shaw considers the importance of the Woodlands case There is a principle in English law that the offender, or negligent party (the defendant) is ... more