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Personal Injury Schedules

Author: Brian F. J. Langstaff
Publisher: Tottel Publishing
ISBN: 9781847663733
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This third edition of Personal Injury Schedules is an authoritative and up-to-date guide to the assessment of damages and presentation of schedules in the UK. The book offers practical expert guidance helping to accurately assess the value of a claim and decide on what basis to seek damages. It also provides an up-to-date toolkit for best practice in the presentation of schedules and counter-schedules. It covers a variety of claims ranging from the small to the catastrophic and is completely updated to take account of Ogden VI, The Thompstone indexation cases, and numerous recent UK Fatal Accident Act cases.

Personal Injury Schedules

Author: Brian Lanstaff
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
ISBN: 9781845920531
Size: 32.31 MB
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This new text is your authoritative and up-to-date guide to assessment of damages and presentation of schedules, with 5 brand-new chapters: a new chapter dedicated to periodical payments, by the Chairman of the Master of the Rolls Working Party, and former Chair of the Personal Injuries Bar Association, Brian Langstaff QC; a new chapter on damages for the dying, by leading expert Rodney Nelson-Jones; a new chapter on professional negligence claims; a new chapter on schedules in the Employment Tribunal; a new chapter on claims for 'lost years'. Plus, fully updated coverage of relevant new cases and content. This book offers practical, expert guidance helping you accurately to assess the value of a claim and decide on what basis to seek damages. It also provides an up-to-date toolkit for best practice in the presentation of schedules and counter-schedules.

Apil Guide To Fatal Accidents

Author: Gordon Exall
Publisher: Jordans Pub
ISBN: 9781846619519
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Civil Costs: Law and Practice is well established as the authoritative reference for both costs practitioners and those who need a more rigorous analysis of the law than is possible in popular shorter works on the subject. Independent reviewers have said that it is ‘the Bible of the legal costs world’ and that it is ‘a life support system for every litigator’. All aspects of civil costs law are covered. The detailed commentary is scrupulously impartial, such that independent reviewers have noted that ‘there is not a single proposition put forward that does not have a detailed corresponding reference for the authority’. Reviewers have also noted that on ‘the rare occasion where the writer’s opinion alone is being given, this is made crystal clear’. The authorities are often quoted word-for-word, but even when they are not, they are cited, usually with pinpoint precision. There are literally thousands of footnotes, and where appropriate, difficult points are explained by way of flowcharts or diagrams. All of the rates and figures that a costs practitioner could wish for are set out in easily accessible forms, such as tables and charts. Many of the chapters have been substantially rewritten for the third edition, and all the major changes and developments since the Jackson Reforms are addressed, including: • Consumer protection and contracts of retainer;• Costs budgeting and prospective case management;• Relief from sanctions following Mitchell and Denton;• Human rights and the recovery of success fees;• The rise in applications for security for costs;• The greater use of orders for interim payments;• Changes in the way the Bar charges for its services; • Proportionality under the new overriding objective;• Provisional assessments;• The expansion of fixed costs regimes; • Part 36 offers, in both substantive litigation and in costs litigation; • The changes in costs procedure, including the compulsory requirement to make an offer; and• Changes to the format of Bills of Costs and Points of Dispute.Civil Costs is written primarily for members of the judiciary who deal with civil costs, and for costs lawyers, costs draftsmen and costs counsel. Civil litigators, barristers practising civil law and managing partners will also find it useful. Unusually for a practitioners’ text, it is well regarded by common law lawyers outside England and Wales. This is because its extensive citation of older authorities makes it easy to identify principles that are globally relevant.

Actuarial Tables With Explanatory Notes For Use In Personal Injury And Fatal Accident Cases

Author: Great Britain: Government Actuary's Department
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780115601255
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These tables, prepared by the Government Actuary's Department, are designed to assist the courts in calculating the amount of compensation appropriate to a range of situations in personal injury and fatal accident cases. Also known as the Ogden Tables (after Sir Michael Ogden, QC, the original working party chairman) this is the 6th edition of the publication which supersedes the 5th edition (ISBN 9780115601170) published in 2004. The new multipliers use mortality rates from the latest available population projections, which take account of data following the last National Census. They relate to pecuniary loss for life and for loss of earnings to pension age, both for males and females at different ages. The edition includes a section covering discounts to the working life multiplier for contingencies other than mortality, based on two recent research studies.

Apil Guide To Damages

Author: Simon Allen
Publisher: Jordans Pub
ISBN: 9781846616075
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Claimant lawyers need a clear understanding of the general principles of damages as well as the know-how to maximise the client's claim. The APIL Guide to Damages sets out the general principles followed by a concise explanation of the law, practice and procedure regarding each possible head of claim. Each chapter contains a brief explanation of the law together with practical tips on evidence and procedure and is illustrated with sample calculations. The new edition has been substantially revised and updated to take on board the many changes since publication of the second edition, including: • PSLA - the new Judicial College Guidelines, which include commentary from Dame Janet Smith on the historic gender differential in the assessment of damages for disfigurement;• Loss of Chance - High court guidance underlining the 'scenario' approach to assessment of the effect of a head injury on solicitor (Clarke v Maltby [2010] EWHC 1201);• Smith v Manchester - guidance from the Court of Appeal on the Blamire approach and when it should be adopted (Ward v Allies and Morrison Architects [2012] EWCA Civ 1287);• Future loss of earnings – examination of the judicial application of Ogden Tables which now incorporate contingencies other than mortality; • Interim Payments – likely approach of the courts following CA decision in Eeles v Cobham Hire Services Limited [2010] 1 WLR 409; and• Revised schedules of damages and worked examples throughout.The likely impact of interest and benefits on the level of damages received by the claimant is clearly set out together with advice on when interim payments and provisional damages may be available, as well as how to deal with periodical payments and what investment advice ought to be given to clients.

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2012

Author: Great Britain: Ministry of Justice
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780108512117
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The Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme is a government funded scheme to compensate blameless victims of violent crime. Money (an award) is paid to people who have been physically or mentally injured because they were the blameless victim of a violent crime. This current Scheme introduced on 27 November 2012 applies to any application made on or after that date (for any applications made before then different rules may apply). The Scheme is for people injured in England, Scotland and Wales (Great Britain) and the rules of the Scheme and the value of the payments awarded are set by Parliament. Payments are calculated by reference to a tariff of injuries. Claims are considered for the following: personal injury following a single incident; personal injury following a period of abuse; loss of earnings; special expenses payments - to cover specific injury-related requirements which are not available free of charge from any other source; fatal injuries, including loss of parental services and financial dependency; and funeral payments.

Apil Clinical Negligence

Author: Paul Balen
Publisher: Jordans Pub
ISBN: 9781846610776
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Combining know-how about the conduct of clinical negligence claims with the latest thinking on new and developing areas of practice, APIL Clinical Negligence offers focused coverage on areas of clinical negligence that really matter.The result is a highly practical work offering detailed guidance and expert legal analysis. APIL Clinical Negligence will be essential reading for all clinical negligence lawyers and other professionals involved in the conduct of such claims.10% discount for APIL Members, to take advantage of this offer please call Customer Services on 0117 918 1492 and quote your APIL membership number.

Insolvency And Restructuring Manual

Author: Simon Beale
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
ISBN: 9781780431987
Size: 56.87 MB
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Insolvency and Restructuring Manual is a practical, user-friendly, comprehensive guide to corporate insolvency and restructuring. It explains the principles and procedures involved taking the reader through the various formal insolvency processes including liquidations, compulsory liquidations, receiverships, administrations, company voluntary arrangements ('CVAs') and Schemes of Arrangement, they might encounter examining the differences between them. To emphasise the practical nature of the approach there are: Quick summaries; Flow charts of insolvency processes; Tables comparing procedures and remedies. It also has separate chapters covering: Company law issues, eg the position of the director; The role of creditors - a chapter covering secured creditors; and a chapter covering other special types of creditors, including landlords, employees, pensions-related creditors and retention of title creditors; Cross-border considerations. The new edition has been updated to include new case law, some with far reaching implications. Previous ISBN: 9781847661487