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Secondary victims: Young v Downey: A Commentary | Ropewalk Chambers

A summary of Martin Spencer J’s decision in the psychiatric injury case of Young v Downey [2020] EWHC 3457 (QB) by Philip Turton and Katie McFarlane. An essential element of nervous shock claims by secondary victims is a perception of risk to the primary victim.

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