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Tort Law Revision Hangman on Negligently Inflicted Psychiatric Injury

 

Psychiatric injury hangman

 
Clues:
 
1. According to this case, the claimant can not recover for emotions of grief and sorrow.
2. Feelings of fear, terror and panic are not recoverable according to this case.
3._________________ v Merseyside Health Authority - the claimants were stuck in a lift.
4.__________v White - The claimant feared for her own safety when a horse and cart crashed through the pub.
5. ____________v CC of South Yorkshire - set the distinction between primary and secondary victims.
6. Primary victims need only demonstrate that some kind of personal injury was foreseeable according to this case.
7. __________v CC of South Yorkshire - Rescuers and employees are not automatically primary victims by virtue of their status.
8. Mr ____________ was entitled to recover for the psychiatric injury incurred when he provided assistance and comfort to people trapped when a train crashed.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Tort Law Revision Hangman on Negligently Inflicted Psychiatric Injury