Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
A not-for-profit organisation representing injured people

Surveillance evidence in personal injury cases

APIL CPD:
Not specified - 1 hour

(Please note that the number of CPD hours may be subject to change)

This webinar deals with practice and procedure in relation to the production of surveillance evidence in personal injury cases and looks at:

  • A detailed look at the rules and cases on surveillance:
  • Is the defendant allowed to rely on surveillance evidence?
  • Are there limits to what a defendant can do?
  • When should surveillance evidence be served?
  • Those cases where the defendant has been refused permission to rely on surveillance evidence.
  • What is the appropriate response to surveillance evidence?

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This webinar is part of a 6 civil evidence webinar series.  

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View details of all 6 webinars in the series. Individual webinars can be purchased online or contact training@apil.org.uk to purchase all 6.

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The other webinars in this series are

Witness statements – drafting witness statements that comply with the rules
Expert evidence – understanding the basics and avoiding the pitfalls
Civil evidence and social media
Surveillance evidence in personal injury cases
Disclosure and documentary evidence
Proving damages

 

Cost:

1 person - member/accredited firm: £65 + VAT
1 person - non-member: £65 + VAT
Small office (2 - 6 people): £105 + VAT
Large office (7 people or more): £160 + VAT
Whole organisation (All staff at all offices): £320 + VAT


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Published
04 Nov 2021

On-demand recording
From 04 Nov 2021 to 04 May 2022

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