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How Much for a Leg?: Assessing the Process of Assessment of Non-pecuniary Personal Injury Damages in Scotland


ISBN13: 9781845860936
Published: February 2010
Publisher: Dundee University Press
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Paperback
Price: £26.99



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How much for my leg? This is an apparently simple question which might be asked of a lawyer by a citizen who has sustained a wrongful injury to the said limb. But, in Scotland, no fixed answer can be given. Nor can any official range of possible figures be given.

Only after some serious professional work, perhaps taking many hours, can a range of figures be suggested. It need not be like this.

This study of the assessment of non-pecuniary damages for personal injury reviews the state of current approaches in Scotland, considers the conclusions of the Gill Report and compares differing approaches in jurisdictions worldwide, before presenting possible options for reform.

Subjects:
Personal Injury Law, Scots Law
Contents:
Introduction
Alternative Methods of Assessment
Analysis and Assessment of the Assessment Process
Conclusions
Appendices
Court-Disputed Non-Pecuniary Loss (Low Value)
Court-Disputed Non-Pecuniary Damages (Medium Value) (JSB Use) (Other Disputed Issues)
How Much for a Leg?
Reconstruction of the CICA 2001 Tariff of Selected Listed Injuries Allocated up to £4,400, by Value rather than by Injury
What People Say the Damages Should Be