Employer could not have foreseen mental injury
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Levy v Allied Dunbar Assurance plc 14 December 2000 HC (1 other report)
In Levy v Allied Dunbar Assurance plc, the High Court in London rejects a claim for damages for work-related stress brought by a former Allied Dunbar employee. The judge finds that the claimant had failed both to disclose a history of mental health problems and to show that it was reasonably foreseeable that the company's conduct might injure his physical or mental health.