The case of Eileen Collie v Tesco Stores Ltd 2016 CSOH 149 provides a recent example of the approach taken by the Auditor of the Court of Session (‘the Auditor’) in dealing with a Pursuer’s Account of Expenses (‘the Account’) in which fees were omitted from the Account.
The case of Brown v Aviva Insurance,  SC Liv 84 concerns a low speed impact case and the issue for sanction for Counsel in that type of action. This is a decision from Livingston Sheriff Court. It is not a decision of the All-Scotland Personal Injury Court and has to be viewed in that context.
In the case of SD V Graham’s Dairies Ltd  CSOH 151 the Court recently considered a point of statutory interpretation when determining whether the Pursuer’s partner was entitled to a claim for services.
When you read of a case involving an accident on a golf course you may expect the case to concern an errant golf ball striking an innocent bystander. Not so in the case of Colin Taylor v Des Quigley & Others [2016} CSOH, 178 which concerned of all things, a manhole cover. It also provides an analysis of the approach to be taken to the pleading of personal injury actions.
The case of Brenda Gray and Others v The Advocate General for Scotland raises an interesting issue over the considerations to be applied when determining whether a Pursuer fits within the definition of a child for the purposes of the Damages (Scotland) Act 2011 (the 2011 Act). The case was taken to debate by the Defender on a technical point over whether three of the Pursuers had title to sue.