Case Update: Hoyle v Rogers

25th September 2014 by Sarah Harris

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This case arose from a fatal air crash that occurred on 15 May 2011. Orlando Rogers was a passenger in a vintage 1940 Tiger Moth propeller bi-plane, piloted by the appellant Scott Hoyle. During the course of the flight, the plane crashed, killing Mr Roberts and seriously injuring Mr Hoyle. The claimants in the original action were the mother and sister of the deceased, claiming damages for his death, which they attributed to Mr Hoyle’s negligence.

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Sarah Harris is a Barrister and Associate in the Regulatory and Professional Discipline Department of Kingsley Napley.

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