Griffin v Plymouth Hospital NHS Trust [2014] EWCA Civ 1240

Calculating pension loss

Pension loss is notoriously difficult to calculate as a head of damages. In Griffin v Plymouth Hospital NHS Trust, the Court of Appeal found that the pension element of compensation awarded to a former employee of Plymouth Hospital who succeeded in her disability discrimination complaint had been incorrectly assessed.

Ms Griffin had been a member of a final salary pension scheme at the time she left employment and so would have both accrued rights of future loss. 

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