R (SB) V FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL  UKUT 133 The Applicant had claimed compensation in respect of injuries that he said had been caused during the course of a number of incidents (beginning from the 16th October 2004) involving a neighbour.The issue before the First-tier Tribunal on 20 November 2008 was whether the Applicant had suffered an injury “sufficiently serious to qualify for compensation” (para 25 of the 2001 Scheme) Full report here.
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