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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Personal Injury Schedules: Calculating Damages 4th ed isbn 9781784517267

Personal Injury Schedules: Calculating Damages 3rd ed

Edited by: William Latimer-Sayer, Brian Langstaff

ISBN13: 9781847663733
New Edition ISBN: 9781784517267
Previous Edition ISBN: 1845920538
Published: July 2010
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Personal Injury Schedules, 3rd edition, is an authoritative guide to the assessment of damages and presentation of claims of personal injury.

It deals specifically with periodical payments, fatal accidents, loss of earnings (including Ogden VI), lost years, care claims as well as calculating damages in professional negligence actions and claims in the Employment Tribunal. The latest edition of this popular book provides the busy practitioner with an invaluable source of reference in one handy volume.

Written by team of eminent authors, Personal Injury Schedules, 3rd edition is fully updated to include analysis of the latest developments and relevant case law occurring in recent years.

Take advantage of the practical and accessible information available

  • Step by step explanations regarding the drafting of schedules and counter-schedules
  • Head by head analysis of the various claims that can be brought and how to respond to such claims
  • Analysis of the latest case law
  • Numerous example precedents
  • Practical guidance on how to maximise and minimise damages
New content – key features

  • Includes commentary on all major cases
  • Written by practitioners for practitioners
  • Updated precedents and useful examples of how to draft documents
  • Coverage of the sixth edition of the Ogden Tables

Personal Injury Law
General Principles
Schedules of Loss
Compiling the Evidence
Non-Pecuniary Loss (General Damages)
Interest on Non-Pecuniary Loss (General Damages)
Past Expenses and Losses
Interest on Past Expenses and Losses
Future Expenses and Losses
The Claim for Lost Years
Recovery of State and Collateral Benefits
Fatal Accident Claims
Damages for the Dying
Professional Negligence Claims
Periodical Payments
Personal Injury Schedules in the Emplyment Tribunal