PIBA Personal Injury Handbook

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Jordans, 2007 - Law - 810 pages
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“a book of inestimable value”The Right Honourable Lord Justice Otton taken from the foreword to the second editionThis work is ideal for practising barristers, solicitors and legal executives it combines both know-how about the fundamentals of personal injury law with the latest thinking on new and developing areas from some of the leading practitioners in the field.It begins by dealing with the establishment of liability and goes on to look at how to construct a claim for damages and continues with an analysis of the applicable procedure as well as the law and practice relating to limitation, costs and funding.This edition has been comprehensively revised and updated and includes new chapters on: Periodical payments, Motor Insurers' Bureau, Rehabilitation, and Fatal Accidents.The PIBA Personal Injury Handbook is an authoritative and practical reference work for all busy personal injury lawyers, suitable for use both in and out of court.

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