Tort law help - psychiatric injuryWatch
So far I only have Alcock - arguing that the Alcock criteria does not specify whether the act has to be deliberate.
You would then need to satisfy the criteria set down per Lord Oliver in Alcock - proximity of perception, proximity in time and space and proximity of relationship.
I can expand on these requirements if you need me to, or let me know if I've misunderstood
Dulieu V White (Primary Victims)
Dooley V Cammel Laird (Secondary Victims)
If your victim is a secondary Victim ensure that you apply the Aclock Rules derived from the case of Alcock V CCSY (Hillsbrough) to prevent excessive claims
Hope this helps