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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
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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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


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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

2 updating releases a year.

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