Litigation Writs 18/02/97

Tunbridge Wells widow Sarah Bellingham, whose roofer husband, Andrew, died after falling through a hole in a roof while working at Swindon, Wiltshire in 1995 is suing her husband’s former employers, Hathaway Roofing, of Bishops Auckland, County Durham.

Writ issued by Dallas Brett, Oxford

Nykredit Mortgage Bank of Plymouth is suing Colin Knott, Brian Harding and Edward Erdman Group, all of London W1, for damages for alleged breach of 1990 contracts in respect of commercial property at Warple Way, East Acton, London. Knott and Harding are sued as receivers responsible for the marketing and sale of the property, and Edward Erdman is sued over its advice relating to the marketing and sale of the property.

Writ issued by Clifford Chance, London

Irvine-Whitlock of Bedford is suing Trafalgar House Construction Management of Rickmansworth for money alleged due or damages for breach of contract relating to the stonework, brickwork and blockwork development of Old George Mall, Salisbury, Wiltshire. The writ says Trafalgar has paid £1,276,111.69, leaving £301,318.96 outstanding.

Writ issued by Edward Lewis, London WC

Bristol widow Pamela Ferreira has issued a high court writ claiming damages from Northamptonshire Health Authority. Her husband Alvin Ferreira died on 11 August 1993 and the writ claims his death was caused by negligence on the part of the health authority during its treatment of him between 24 July and 11 August 1993.

Writ issued by Field Fisher Waterhouse, London EC

A Rochdale man is taking the Ministry of Defence to court in a claim for damages for noise-induced deafness which he alleges was a result of its negligence. Adrian Whittaker has issued a writ against the MoD claiming work he did for it between 1991 and 1994 resulted in him becoming deaf.

Writ issued by Donns, Manchester

A&P Offshore of Cheltenham has issued a writ against SLP Engineering of Lowestoft seeking payment for work done under an April 1996 contract. Offshore claims it is owed £836,565.17.

Writ issued by Dickinson Dees, Newcastle upon Tyne