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Personal Injury Schedules


Personal Injury Schedules: calculating damages

Written by four of the leading practitioners in the field, Personal Injury Schedules: Calculating Damages second edition is the most authoritative and up-to-date guide to assessment of damages and representation of schedules.

   Personal Injury Schedules: calculating damages

It takes full account of the new periodical payments provisions that came into force on 1 April 2005 - radical new legislation which empowers courts to award damages for future loss in the form of periodical payments up to and sometimes beyond the claimant's death. This fundamental change to the law is fully covered in the new edition of this vital text which provides clear guidance regarding how to draft schedules in this new era.

Authors:   Rodney Nelson-Jones, Brian Langstaff QC, Andrew Buchan, William Latimer-Sayer
Published:   2005, 2nd edition
Publisher:   Tottel Publishing
ISBN:   1 84592 053 8

Table of Contents:

A:   General principles
B:   Schedules of loss
C:   Compiling the evidence
D:   General damages
E:   Interest on general damages
F:   Past expenses and losses
G:   Interest on past expenses and losses
H:   Future expenses and losses
I:   The claim for lost years
J:   Recovery of state and collateral benefits
K:   Counter-schedules
L:   Fatal accident claims
M:   Damages for the dying
N:   Professional negligence claims
O:   Periodical payments
P:   Personal injury schedules in the Employment Tribunal
Q:   Precedents

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