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PERSONAL INJURY AND CLINICAL NEGLIGENCE LITIGATION 2019

Author : JULIE. SERFOZO MARDELL (KATE.)
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Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Litigation 2018

Author : Julie Mardell
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This guide provides a thorough and practical introduction to the large and complex area of personal injury and clinical negligence litigation.

Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Litigation 2013

Author : Julie Mardell
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This guide provides a thorough and practical introduction to the large and complex area of personal injury and clinical negligence litigation. The text sets out the substantive law governing the legal duties owed by road users, employers and members of the medical profession, and explores topics such as limitation and psychiatric illness, so that the procedural law governing personal injury and clinical negligence claims may be understood in context. In a clear and concise way, it demonstrates how such claims are conducted under the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR), from the first interview through to the quantification of damages. The appendices include pre-action protocols for personal injury claims, disease and illness claims and for the resolution of clinical disputes, in addition to extracts from the Ogden tables. There is also a personal injury case study which includes key documentation.

Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Litigation

Author : David Dow (LLB, solicitor.)
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Explains how pi and clinical negligence claims are conducted under civil procedure rules. This book covers how to conduct a case from first interview to quantification of damages.

Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Litigation 2016

Author : Kate Serfozo
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This guide provides a thorough and practical introduction to the large and complex area of personal injury and clinical negligence litigation. The text sets out the substantive law governing the legal duties owed by road users, employers and members of the medical profession, and explores topics such as limitation and psychiatric illness, so that the procedural law governing personal injury and clinical negligence claims may be understood in context.

Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Litigation 2021

Author : Marriott
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Arguments and Tactics for Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Claims

Author : Dorian Williams
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As the name implies, this book is intended to be a practical guide for those lawyers and non-lawyers who require a guide to pursuing (or defending) a claim for damages for personal injuries or clinical negligence. The key to success in all cases is preparation, so this involves knowing or researching the substantive law, knowing the procedure (the Civil Procedure Rules) and how to present cases on paper and orally before a court. The book covers these areas and provides helpful tips and tactics to improve chances of success. Worked examples include drafting interim applications and the evidence necessary, drafting skeleton arguments, making an opening and closing argument and how to appeal if things go wrong. Guidance is given on developing an advocacy style so as to persuade and influence the judge. The book will be useful for those embarking on their legal careers but will also be beneficial for more experienced practitioners who require a condensed summation in this specialist area. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dorian Williams has practised as a solicitor in private practice for over 22 years, acting almost exclusively for claimants in personal injury and clinical negligence claims. Initially he worked for clients referred from a major Trades Union, specialising in industrial disease and employers' liability claims. For the last 17 years, Dorian has received a broad spread of instructions whilst working in a general high street practice, Freeman Johnson. His caseload now mostly comprises clinical negligence cases which he has has been privileged to receive, and thanks all his clients for developing his experience. When Dorian is not at work, he may be found climbing peaks in the Lake District, Peak District, Snowdonia or Majorca.

Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Litigation 2020

Author : Julie Mardell
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This guide provides a thorough and practical introduction to the large and complex area of personal injury and clinical negligence litigation.

Civil Litigation 2020 2021

Author : Lucilla Macgregor
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This text provides student-focused coverage of the key procedures central to the civil litigation process. Making use of innovative diagrams and two case studies which run throughout the book, the text clearly demonstrates how the procedures fit together, making it the perfect resource for students and trainee solicitors new to practice.

Tort Law Directions

Author : Carol Brennan
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Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession

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Principles Procedure and Justice

Author : Rabeea Assy
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This collection is in honour of Adrian Zuckerman, Emeritus Professor of Civil Procedure at the University of Oxford. Bringing together a distinguished group of judges and academics to reflect on the impact of his work on our understanding of civil procedure and evidence today. An internationally renowned scholar, Professor Zuckerman has dedicated his professional life to the law of evidence and civil procedure, drawing attention to the principles and policies that shape litigation practice and their wider social impact. His pioneering scholarship is admired by the judiciary and the academy and has influenced several major reforms of the civil justice system including the Woolf Reforms that heralded the introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules, and Lord Justice Jackson's Review of Civil Litigation Costs. His work has also informed law reform bodies and courts in other jurisdictions. Building upon Professor Zuckerman's work, the contributors address outstanding problems in the field of civil procedure and evidence, and the collection includes a final, forward-looking chapter examining the challenges ahead.

The Legal 500

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APIL Clinical Negligence

Author : Paul Balen
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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.

Handling Clinical Negligence Claims in England

Author : Great Britain. National Audit Office
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There is concern about the lack of publicly available information on clinical negligence claims and whether the system is cost-effective, quick, efficient and humane. This report looks at the number of claims, the cost of settling them and the time taken; patients access to remedies and who patients claims are managed. It found that claims in England rose 72% between 1990 and 1998 and the net present value of outstanding claims was �2.6 billion. Claims still take a long time to settle and those that were closed in 1999/2000 took average five and a half years to settle (excluding cerebral palsy and brain damage).

Personal Injury Law

Author : Peter Barrie
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Now in its second edition, Personal Injury Law: Liability, Compensation and Procedure (previously known as Compensation for Personal Injuries in the 1st edition) is a uniquely convenient and reliable reference work, providing clear summaries of the law, and easy access to the key relevant claims, practice rules, statutes and materials across the whole range of modern personal injury practice. This edition has been fully updated and covers a number of new cases along with more practical advice. Each of the 64 chapters begins with a concise account of the main points of law followed by the relevant source material, annotated with case references and finer details The book also includes: DT All relevant statutory texts DT Relevant parts of the key Health and Safety Regulations DT Full text of the 2004 JSB Guidelines DT Extracts from the Ogden Tables DT The CICA scheme and MIB agreements DT Legal and medical glossaries DT Anatomical illustrations Whether concernedmainly with claimants or defendants, users of this book can rely on it as a sure guide in the complex area of personal injury law and practice. A companion website dedicated to developments in this area of the law, will keep the book up-to-date. This can be found at the following location: http://www.oup.com/uk/law/practitioner/cws

The New Law Journal

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Compensation for Personal Injuries

Author : Peter Barrie
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As personal injury has increasingly become a self contained specialist area there has been a corresponding need for a practice work that covers the range of daily practice in a single volume. This book is not intended to replace Kemp and Kemp or Butterworth's "Personal Injury Service" but itis designed to be easier to use in court and be seen by practitioners as a more user-friendly desk reference. Each chapter begins with a concise account of the main points of law followed by the relevant source material, annotated with case references and finer details.

Professional Negligence Litigation in Practice

Author : City Law School
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Professional Negligence Litigation in Practice has been specifically written to provide students with a detailed introduction to the complex legal issues surrounding professional negligence disputes. Concentrating on two specific areas of professional negligence; clinical negligence and solicitors' negligence, this manual examines and provides practical guidance on how such a case might be most effectively prepared and presented. Split into five distinct parts; the first part of the manual covers selected areas of the substantive law as it relates to professional negligence cases, building on students' existing knowledge of the Civil Procedural Rules and examining the pre-action protocols and the role of the case management conference. Part III reflects the pragmatic approach adopted by the manual, and has been specifically designed to develop students' drafting skills to the advanced level required in professional negligence cases. The final part of the manual focuses on providing students with an introduction to the key people and bodies whom they will commonly encounter in this area of practice. It also provides consideration of the availability and impact of funding arrangements on professional negligence cases and alternative dispute resolution. This manual will be an invaluable guide for students wishing to practice in civil common law chambers, particularly in the areas of professional negligence or personal injury.

A Guide to Consent in Clinical Negligence Post Montgomery

Author : Lauren Sutherland Qc
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This book is intended equally for students, lawyers, doctors and other members of the health care professions. It sets out in full, the legal arguments advanced through the various stages of Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board to its final conclusion in the Supreme Court.