HH Judge Hamton
Samson V Ali
A leading high court judge has granted an order for our written expert video evidence analysis to be allowed into proceedings in what looks set to become a landmark ruling.
Heard before Mr Justice Stadlen at the High Court the order allowed our evidence to be heard despite strong opposition from the defending party.
We believe this to be an unprecedented action in personal injury proceedings and one which paves the way for all future presented video evidence to be put to the test to confirm both legal and ethical conformity.
The full judgement can be found here: Samson v Ali APPROVED judgment 21.11.12
Benedict Morrison v Leicester Spas & Hot Tubs Ltd
Upon examining the purportedly unedited video evidence that had been gathered by the defendants surveillance company we were convinced and able to prove that additional unreported surveillance days had in fact been carried out and were highly relevant to the case.
HH Judge Hamton in describing the video evidence gathered in this case said:
"It is disappointing that the defendants advisors did not initially disclose the surveillance and lack of activity on the claimant in Autumn 2011".
"This additional surveillance was not initially disclosed, nor was it referred to in Mr Waring's statement. I find Mr Waring's reasons for not referring to this additional surveillance to be rather lame".
A copy of the full judgement can be sent on request.