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Kemp & Kemp: Personal Injury Law, Practice and Procedure
Kemp & Kemp: Personal Injury Law, Practice and Procedure
Number of volumes: 1
Practice Area:  Personal Injury Law
ISBN:  9780421905108
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Offering comprehensive guidance on the best way to proceed with a personal injury case, Personal Injury Law, Practice and Procedure:
  • Provides practical guidance on the tactics and strategies that you should adopt
  • Covers all types of cases, including fatal accidents, industrial accidents, road traffic accidents, occupational health and clinical negligence, so you can take on even unfamiliar and complex cases with confidence
  • Provides a balanced approach, considering both claimant and defendant viewpoints
  • Explains funding options including private funding, CFAs, Legal Aid, Union, BTE and ATE
  • Covers limitation, capacity to litigate, restoring companies to the register, and other tricky issues
  • Gives detailed guidance on the Civil Procedure Rules from Rule 1 (the Overriding Objective) to Rule 52 (Appeals) and beyond
  • Explains management of awards, including lump sums, periodical payment orders, and PI trusts
  • Sets out the procedure in chronological order, showing what to do at each stage, and flagging the issues you need to consider
  • Ensures that cases you undertake have a high chance of success, setting out how to take on a client from initial instructions and risk assessment to investigation
  • Shows how to deal with evidence
  • Provides stage-by-stage guidance on preparation for trial
  • Deals with Part 36 offers, mediation, ADR and settlement, showing you how to approach the different processes and procedures

What's new for 2013

Updates in the coming months will reflect the Jackson reforms and Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishing of Offenders Bill, ie extensions to protocols and grander portals and the effects on the procedures that have to be applied pre-issue. Other changes include:
Chapter 2 Funding – a complete rewrite to cover the implications of non-recoverability of Success Fees and After The Event (ATE) insurance premiums including whether they are needed in the first place in the era of Qualified One-way Costs Shifting (QOCS)
Chapter 29 Costs – a rewrite of the parts concerning detailed assessment proceedings as well as a new section on costs management.
New commentary on the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007

CONTENTS
  • Taking on a client
  • Funding
  • Limitation
  • Parties and capacity
  • Pre-action protocol
  • Issue and claimant's statements of case
  • Schedules and counter schedules
  • Provisional damages
  • Service and extension
  • Defendants statements of case
  • Amending statements of case
  • Third party (part 20) actions
  • Requests for further information (part 18)
  • Allocation and case management generally
  • Fast-track case management
  • Multi-track case management
  • Default and summary judgement
  • Striking out and relief from sanctions
  • Interim payments
  • Disclosure
  • Medical records
  • Witness statements and summonses
  • Expert evidence
  • Videos
  • Part 36 offers and payments
  • Mediation and alternative dispute resolution
  • Settlements
  • Trials
  • Costs
  • Appeals
  • Enforcement
  • Periodical payment orders and managing awards
  • Fatal accidents
  • Industrial diseases
  • Clinical negligence
  • Group actions
  • CICA applications
  • MIB claims
  • Rehabilitation
  • Ethical issues
  • Low velocity road traffic collisions
SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION

As per our renewal policy your subscription will automatically renew each year – please see our Terms of Trading for full details.

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