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Occupational Illness Litigation

Occupational Illness Litigation
Number of volumes: 1
Practice Area:  Personal Injury Law
ISBN:  9780414094789
Editor: James Beeton
Subscription Information: 4 Releases a year, Charge By Release
Format:  Looseleaf, eBook - ProView
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Offering comprehensive and authoritative guidance on all aspects of occupational illness litigation, including exposure to hazardous substances and stress. Occupational Illness Litigation:
  • Clearly sets out the intricacies of conducting a claim from initial consultation onwards
  • Takes full account of the extensive instructions needed to gather the relevant evidence and the importance of the experts' reports
  • Deals with asbestos-related conditions, vibration white finger, industrial deafness, occupational stress, occupational asthma, work related upper limb disorder, mucous membrane disorder, and occupational dermatitis
  • Covers each occupational illness separately, including exposure to hazardous substances and stress
  • Considers both claimant and defendant perspectives
  • Goes through all the related law and procedure
  • Looks at the medical and technical aspects
  • Reports on a vast range of cases, many unreported
  • Includes a range of precedents
  • Features a new chapter on insurance
  • Analyses the impact of the Compensation Act 2006 on occupational illness and industrial diseases
The title will be kept up-to-date with any amendments in relation to Civil Procedure Rule whilst also keeping track of the impact of the great repeal bill on EU imported health and safety legislation

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  1. General Principles and Guidance in the Conduct of Occupational Illness Litigation
  2. Asbestos related conditions
  3. Vibration Injury 
  4. Industrial Deafness
  5. Occupational Stress
  6. Occupational Asthma
  7. Work-related upper limb disorder
  8. Mucous membrane disorder
  9. Occupational dermatitis
  10. Biological Agents: Bacteria, Viruses, Parasites and Fungi


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