Personal Injury Litigation provides a wide-ranging introduction to the major elements of personal injury litigation. It deals with liability, damages and procedure.
It gives practical guidance on dealing with the new procedure for low-value claims in road traffic cases and provides summaries and checklists for both claimants and defendants. The more difficult areas such as costs, limitation and fatal accidents are also covered with guidance on important issues like serving proceedings and drafting witness statements.
This edition of Personal Injury Litigation deals with the new rules governing road traffic claims. It contains useful guidance and checklists for both claimants and defendants.
This fourth edition not only brings this much used book up-to-date but the text has been extended with new chapters on limitation and fatal accident claims. A section on the common pitfalls and how to avoid them will help practitioners ensure that their cases run smoothly.
Personal Injury Litigation is an invaluable asset to students, trainees, newly qualified solicitors and paralegals and assumes no prior knowledge of the subject. It will also act as a practical guide for the busy practitioner.