Anna Wilkinson represented a midwife in connection with the death of a baby who was born by emergency caesarean section following the rupture of the mother’s uterus during labour.
On 23 September 2020, Anna Wilkinson and Camilla Buck of the PSQB Civil Team will be presenting a seminar via Zoom on private prosecutions.
A man who lied about being in a vehicle when it was hit by a forklift truck was sentenced by Croydon Crown Court to 12 months imprisonment yesterday.
The Care Quality Commission, represented by Anna Wilkinson, was successful in opposing an appeal brought by the directors of Bleak House, which is a care home for people with learning disabilities based in Humberside. The care home had a condition placed on their registration which meant they were allowed to accommodate a maximum of 19 […]
Anna Wilkinson appeared on behalf of CQC in a 5 day first tier tribunal case responding to an appeal by a home for people with learning disabilities to vary a condition of their registration to increase from 19-24 people.
The recently decided appeal of Mansur Haider v DSM Demolition Ltd  EWHC 2712 (QB), is an interesting case and will be useful to practitioners who deal with road traffic matters, both on the finding in respect of liability and the finding of fundamental dishonesty. Mansur Haider was a taxi driver who made claims for […]
Marc Murrie was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment at Sheffield Crown Court for carrying out gas work when not registered to do so.
Anna Wilkinson appeared on behalf of the First Defendant insurer in the Claimant’s claim for a road traffic accident which it was suspected had been staged or had not occurred at all.
Anna Wilkinson, an experienced member of the Park Square Barristers credit hire team and also the nationally-renowned civil fraud team, discusses the latest claim in the battle between the credit hire and insurance companies as to the costs recoverable in such claims, on this occasion focusing on the zero excess arguments.