Fatal Accident Claims: The past is a foreign country

David Regan considers the basis of awards and common pitfalls ‘The Fatal Accidents Act 1976 serves a very important purpose: to protect the rights of dependants who are the secondary victims of torts that have resulted in death.’ The opening line of LP Hartley’s The Go-Between (1953), ‘The past is a foreign country, they do …
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