The Journal of Personal Injury Law helps you keep abreast of recent developments in personal injury, covering cases, statutes and regulations, with their implications for practitioners
- Gives expert guidance on personal injury law with articles written by both claimants and defendants
- Examines topics of interest, such as periodical payments, in detail
- Offers articles on clinical negligence
- Gives practical guidance on the right procedures to follow
- Provides analysis and summaries of PI cases
- Puts forward case commentaries written by leading PI specialists
Published in association with The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (www.apil.org.uk
Over the following year JPIL will contain articles on the following:
- An analysis of the legal implications of Brexit.
- The Legal Implications of Brexit on Health and Safety law
- A Duty of Care in Sport – What it Actually Means
- Contempt, Committal and Qader: The battle for costs in low value personal injury cases
- Committal Proceedings
- The Future of Part 36
- Judicial Review: An Unlikely Remedy for the Defaulting Indemnity Insurer
- Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury: The Long Term Perspective
- Party bias in the Court of Appeal in Personal Injury cases
- Mobile telephones and transport litigation
- Consent, remoteness and the prolonged death of the Chester exception
- ADR and arbitration, the alternative to civil litigation for the personal injury and clinical negligence claims
- Supporting injured individuals back into work
- Somatoform disorders and chronic pain – a practitioner's guide
- Duties of care between actors in supply chains
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