Practice Notes on Personal Injury

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Gordon Exall
Taylor & Francis, Mar 13, 2002 - Law - 194 pages

This latest addition to the Cavendish Practice Notes series is basic and clear outline of personal injury practice and procedure, and includes discussion of recent developments such as the Pre-Action Protocols, the Civil Procedure Rules and Conditional Fee Agreements. As well as setting out the procedural requirements, accompanied by useful checklists, Practice Notes on Personal Injury deals with all important issues of liability, including product liability and clinical negligence. A novel development in a book of this size is a list of website addresses that may be of direct use to personal injury practitioners.

Although aimed at practitioners, the book will assist insurers, trade union officials and anyone who needs to understand the personal injury process.

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About the author (2002)

Gordon Exall originally qualified as a solicitor and was called to the Bar in 1991. Gordon is former Executive Committee Member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and author of Munkman on Damages for Personal Injury and Death; Periodical Payments: The New Law and The APIL Guide to Fatal Accidents.

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