SEABROOK V ADAM

Liability Only Part 36 Offer Ineffective Where Causation In Dispute | Court Of Appeal Decision

In the course of this personal injury claim the Claimant had made two Offers, to essentially the same effect, namely that he would accept 90% of his claim for damages and interest to be assessed, on the basis that liability was admitted. The Claimant had alleged that he had sustained two distinct injuries as a result of the Defendant’s negligence in the form of whiplash and injury to his lower back. He had claimed damages of approximately £10,000.