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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Personal Injury Schedules: Calculating Damages 2nd ed isbn 9781845920531

Schedules of Special Damages

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ISBN13: 9780406903198
ISBN: 0406903190
New Edition ISBN: 1845920538
Published: August 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Personal Injury Schedules - Calculating Damages is the first book of its kind which specifically deals with the principles, practice and procedure involved in calculating past and future losses and expenses, setting those losses and expenses out in schedules and challenging them in counter-schedules.

Throughout the text the emphasis remains upon the practical application of the rules and principles involved. It not only deals with the structure of schedules, but also their proof and the applicable legal principles. Examples of schedules in a variety of different claims ranging from the small to the catastrophic are given in the Appendices in order to illustrate the principles discussed in the book, and to show what the authors believe to be good practice.

Personal Injury Schedules - Calculating Damages also contains numerous worked examples including the following:
Accident questionnaires A provisional schedule of loss and response
A schedule of loss and counter-schedule in a small claims track RTA claim
A schedule of loss and counter-schedule in a fast track tripping claim
Two sets of schedules in multi-track
Fatal Accidents Act claims

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Remedies and Damages
Introduction; Schedules of Loss; Compiling the Evidence; General damages; Interest on general damages; Past Expenses and losses; Future Losses; Interest on special damages; Recovery of benefits Fatal accident claims; Counter-schedules; Miscellaneous; Precedents