Pattani v ICICI Bank UK Plc

Damages – Personal injury. The claimant bank employee brought a claim for damages against the defendant bank for personal injuries in respect of a lifting injury sustained during the course of her employment. The Queen's Bench Division found that in the light of the evidence the court was satisfied that the tasks required of the claimant by the bank had not involved heavy lifting or indeed any lifting which involved a risk of injury. The claimant had failed to establish either breach of duty or causation by reason of the findings of fact.

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