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Outer Temple’s Ian Denham spoke to Cheryl Palmer-Hughes, who is a Partner in Irwin Mitchell’s International Serious Injury department in Manchester and the Chair of the PEOPIL Young Lawyers Group. In this episode, Cheryl and Ian discuss how expert evidence fits into case management and cost budgeting.
In Part 1, Cheryl and Ian discussed the factors that you should take in to account when selecting the best expert for your case, including:
In Part 2, Cheryl and Ian consider how the expert evidence fits in to the case once you have found the best expert for you case and discuss how to tackle issue that might crop up when using an expert, including:
This was the forth in a new series of talks that Outer Temple’s cross border and travel law team have created on matters of interest in cross border personal injury work. Our next episode will be about limitation in Czech Republic, Poland and Denmark.
These vlogs will be included in the next edition of our new travel law e-newsletter, which launched in July.
Ian Denham is a personal injury practitioner with a particular expertise in matters involving serious and catastrophic injuries, wrongful deaths, clinical negligence and cross-border personal injury claims. His cross-border practice covers advising on jurisdiction, applicable law, direct rights of action against insurers, claims against the MIB, accidents in the air and on sea, and claims involving a cross-border employment aspect. Ian has also advised on the potential implications arising from Brexit.