Sports personal injury: law & practice
Sports Personal Injury: Law and Practice presents a practical, detailed and fully comprehensive analysis of sports PI law together with all the recent ground-breaking legal decisions and quantum. It is a unique, one-stop source on this relatively new and rapidly evolving area of practice.└ Comprehensive - gathers together all the relevant sports case law in one source└ Detailed coverage - from liability of clubs and governing bodies through to negligent coaching and the liability of local authorities, schools, water authorities and manufacturers/designers└ Practical - includes chapters on practice and procedure, costs and funding, and quantum, together with checklists and worked examples for difficult concepts└ Wide-ranging - signposts relevant non-PI issues that a practitioner may need to consider, eg. sporting disciplinary hearings, drugs and sport, and insurance
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