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Now in its second edition, Personal Injury Limitation Law is a convenient and authoritative guide that will prove essential for all personal injury practitioners. Fully updated, it provides comprehensive and practical guidance to the law of limitation periods in personal injury actions. For ease and speed of use, this accessible book is divided into 3 user-friendly sections. Part 1 deals with the subject in depth and detail, and works as a highly practical reference guide covering all aspects of PI limitation law. Part 2 offers more than 400 major case summaries, both reported and unreported, and part 3 contains the relevant legislation and rules.
Only Personal Injury Limitation Law 2nd edition offers this unique combination of key guidance and information, vital case notes and summaries, plus all the relevant legislation and court rules in one user-friendly single-source reference book.
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Hugely experienced in the areas of Personal Injury, Professional and Clinical Negligence, Frank Burton was appointed as a Recorder in 2000 and is also Chairman of the Law Reform Committee of the Bar Council (2003 - ) and the Chairman of PIBA (2004). He is a Bencher of Gray's Inn (2004). Frank is also the 2005 personal injury Silk of the year.
Rodney Nelson-Jones has specialised in personal injury claims for over 25 years. His leading cases include Bryce v Swan Hunter (asbestos), Prendergast v Sam & Dee (medical negligence) and the successful House of Lords appeals in the cases of Mrs Fox and Mr Matthews (mesothelioma). The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers gave him the APIL Award for Outstanding Achievement in 2002