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Personal Injuries and Quantum Reports

Personal Injuries and Quantum Reports
Practice Area: Personal Injury Law
ISBN: 9780414101272
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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Personal Injury and Quantum Reports are full-text law reports covering quantum and liability cases. Drawn from the Court of Appeal, High Court and County Courts, many are unreported elsewhere. For ease of use, the reports are divided into two sections. Liability cases are grouped at the front whilst quantum damages awards are printed on yellow pages towards the back of the journal.

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Rebecca Herbert, Barrister, Editor
Charles Bagot, K.C.. Barrister, Editor
Jasmine Murphy, Barrister, Editor

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Judge David K Allen
Editor of Personal Injuries and Quantum Reports
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