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No medical evidence needed for employment tribunal personal injury award

In Hampshire County Council v Wyatt UKEAT/0013/16 the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that an employment tribunal could make a personal injury award in a disability discrimination case in the absence of medical evidence. It also held that there was no need for medical evidence in an unfair dismissal case when assessing future working prospects.

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