Sarah Pether

Sarah Pether

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As a litigation lawyer, Sarah has a broad range of expertise with experience including acting for claimants and defendants in respect of personal injury claims, general litigation such as neighbour disputes, and breach of contract claims and licensing. Sarah also advises on insurance disputes and is a member of the Chartered Insurance Institute.

With over 15 years’ experience dealing with personal injury claims, Sarah advises on road traffic accidents, accidents at work and slipping and tripping claims, serious injury and fatal accident claims. She has particular experience in dealing with personal injury claims arising from shipping accidents both onshore and offshore.

Testimonials

  • "...Thank you to Sarah Pether for her advice and guidance on this matter (road traffic accident) and would recommend her to any person in the same situation."

    Mr M
  • "...Sarah's attention to detail, knowledge and genuine understanding of the case....I would not hesitate to recommend Sarah and Andrew Jackson to anyone I meet who requires legal services."

    Keith Watson

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Finding the correct approach to issues of fundamental dishonesty

In the recent case of Howlett v Davies, in October 2017, the Court of Appeal considered the correct approach to issues of fundamental dishonesty in what is a crucial decision for claimants and defendants alike. Since 2013, claimants in personal injury cases have had the benefit of Qualified One-way …

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Personal injury claims and withdrawals of admission

In the recently reported case of Wood v Days Healthcare UK Limited and others 2017, Days applied to withdraw an admission made some two years earlier, before court proceedings were issued. Defendants in personal injury claims have long been encouraged to make admissions at an early stage to reduce the …

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Court of Appeal allows withdrawal of admission of liability where quantum of claim greatly increased

Court of Appeal allows withdrawal of admission of liability where quantum of claim greatly increased

In the recently reported case of Wood v Days Healthcare UK Limited and others 2017, Days applied to withdraw an admission made some two years earlier, before court proceedings were issued. Defendants in personal injury claims have long been encouraged to make admissions at an early stage to reduce the …

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"...Thank you to Sarah Pether for her advice and guidance on this matter (road traffic accident) and would recommend her to any person in the same situation."

Mr M

"...Sarah's attention to detail, knowledge and genuine understanding of the case....I would not hesitate to recommend Sarah and Andrew Jackson to anyone I meet who requires legal services."

Keith Watson

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