A trial judge had been wrong to refuse to award damages for future losses on the basis that he had not found the account of on-going symptoms credible where the symptoms had been supported by the experts' reports, including an expert instructed by the respondents, and the respondents themselves had never raised the issue of the appellant's credibility.

[2005] EWCA Civ 679

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