APIL Guide to Personal Injury Claims Procedures

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Jordans, 2005 - Law - 264 pages
This new work provides practical and straightforward guidance for all lawyers conducting personal injury cases, serving equally as an introductory text for newly qualified practitioners and as an aide-memoire for the more experienced practitioner. It takes the reader through each step of a claim, from the protocol to trial and recovery of costs, providing detailed coverage of the applicable procedure, along with the relevant case-law and invaluable tactical advice.
Key areas of the claim such as service, the use of experts, case management and dealing with disclosure (including medical records and videos) are considered in detail, and checklists throughout enable the practitioner to establish what steps to take at each stage of the claim. The APIL Guide to Personal Injury Claims Procedure will help the busy practitioner avoid the most common pitfalls encountered when preparing documents for presentation to the court thereby avoiding unnecessary work and the possibility of incurring a wasted costs order.

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