AW (R) v FIRST-TIER TRIBUNAL  UKUT 350 In September 2005, the Claimant was living with his partner of some 20 years and their two children, a son aged 19 and a daughter aged 16. The son was troubled and prone to violent outbursts. He had had learning difficulties and had been the subject of a statement of special educational needs from the age of about 8. The son assaulted his father and was arrested. He alleged that he had pushed, or at least touched, his father while trying to get past him and that his father falling had been an accident.Full report here.
The contents of this site remains the sole responsibility of Malcolm Johnson as a private individual, and is not endorsed by any business by which he is employed. In particular Malcolm Johnson does not hold himself out as preparing this website for or on behalf of any business by which he is employed, or as having been authorised by any business or employer to do so. It is not intended to stand as legal advice in any particular case, and should not be relied upon as such. To the extent permitted by law, Malcolm Johnson will not be liable by reason of breach of contract, negligence, or otherwise for any loss of consequential loss occasioned to any person acting omitting to act or refraining from acting in reliance upon the website material or arising from or connected with any error or omission in the website material. Consequential loss shall be deemed to include, but is not limited to, any loss of profits or anticipated profits, damage to reputation, or goodwill, loss of business or anticipated business, damages, costs, expenses incurred or payable to any third party or any other indirect or consequential losses.