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APIL Model Letters for Personal Injury Lawyers. 2nd ed isbn 9781846610523

APIL Model Letters for Personal Injury Lawyers 1st

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ISBN13: 9780853087663
ISBN: 0853087660
New Edition ISBN: 9781846610523
Published: March 2003
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback & CD-ROM
Price: Out of print

Model Letters for Personal Injury Lawyers is a collection of over 200 expertly drafted, time-saving letters for use by all claimant PI lawyers in their day-to-day case administration. These letters provide a comprehensive work flow system to guide the reader through all the stages of a personal injury claim, from initial instructions through to resolution of the claim.

The letters are also designed to deal with many of the practical problems that can arise in the conduct of a personal injury claim taking account of the requirements of the pre-action Protocol, the Civil Procedure Rules and relevant case law. The letters will ensure the claim is progressed and issues relating to liability, quantum and general tactics are dealt with effectively whilst keeping the client fully advised throughout.

The letters cover all major areas of PI practice and are grouped within the following categories: Client Care Initial Steps and the Pre-action protocol Evidence Quantum Proceedings Trial Appeals Includes Letters on CD-ROM Model Letters for Personal Injury Lawyers comes complete with a CD-ROM containing all the letters from the book for you to use and adapt to your needs.

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Personal Injury Law
Client care
Initial investigations
Medical evidence
Expenses and losses
The protocol and liability
Negotiations and quantum
Stocktake and review prior to issue of proceedings
Issue and service of proceedings
The Defence
Allocation and initial case management
Exchange of factual evidence
Exchange of expert evidence
Applications and enforcement of case-management directions
Interim payments
Review of quantum
Listing and further case management