When is it practicable for the court to indicate that a PPO is appropriate?

Dave Young and Sarah Mir of DWF have successfully opposed a rare application under CPR 41.6 from a claimant seeking an indication from the court that future care and case management should be paid under a periodical payment order (“PPO”).

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Dave Young


I am part of the Catastrophic Injury Team and provide a wide-ranging service for insurers but with particular focus upon brain injury, paralysis and amputation claims.


Sarah Mir

Senior Solicitor

I am a Senior Solicitor in the Insurance team specialising in catastrophic injury and large loss claims.