The APIL Guide to Evidence offers detailed and practical advice on evidential matters as they relate to personal injury cases. An explanation of the law and applicable procedure is complemented by practical know-how, with tips on drafting pleadings and schedules.
Laura Elfield, Christopher Goddard, Philip Jones, Linda Nelson, Jennifer Newcomb, Esther Pounder, Shahram Sharghy, Rajeev Shetty, Christopher Stephenson all of 9 Gough Square; Edwina Rawson, Partner, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP; Maria Panteli, Solicitor, Leigh Day & Co and Christine Tallon, Solicitor, Leigh Day & Co.
PI and clinical negligence claims come in all shapes and sizes. They cover the gamut of human experience from the minor rear-end shunt on the slip road from Watford junction to the M25 to the decades-ago exposure to asbestos whilst working in docks that have long since been developed into luxury flats to the tragic but all too frequent cerebral palsy claim. Read the full preface...
Table of contents
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Video and Other Evidence
The Role of Counsel
Evidence on Appeal
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