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[IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
IN THE COUNTY COURT AT [INSERT]]
[[SPECIFY SPECIALIST COURT]]
[[INSERT LOCATION] DISTRICT REGISTRY]
[A B] Claimant
[X Y] Defendant
SCHEDULE OF LOSS
The Claimant relies upon the report of Mr M. Cornetto, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, dated 13 December 2019.
The effect of the accident has been to bring forward the natural effects of the Claimant’s pre-existing degenerative condition in her lumbar spine by between 2 and 4 years.
During the period of acceleration, the Claimant’s ability to work is significantly limited, as is her ability to enjoy recreational activities.
The Claimant claims damages for pain, suffering and
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