The following PI & Clinical Negligence precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[In the High Court of Justice
In the County Court at [insert]]
Claim No: [insert claim number]
Claim issued on [day of month 20xx]
[insert name and details of the Claimant] Claimant
[insert name and details of the Defendant] Defendant
Particulars of claim
At all relevant times the Defendant was the [insert name of relevant senior or managing police officer, eg ‘Chief Constable of Police for Greater Manchester’] and the Claimant was a member of the public.
The Defendant is liable for the acts of his officers within his area acting under his direction [and OR ] control in performance or purported performance of their duties, including [insert names of relevant police officers eg ‘PCs Black and Blue’] [include collar number if known].
On [insert time and date, eg ‘12 June 2006 at around midnight’] the Claimant [describe Claimant’s activities and whereabouts at the time of the inciden
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