Why should you buy Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service
Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service (BPILS) is relied upon by thousands of personal injury professionals for its practical and comprehensive coverage of every aspect of personal injury litigation. Edited by some of the UK's most senior and respected personal injury lawyers, it offers expert guidance on a whole range of topics, from motor insurance, medical negligence and industrial accidents to running catastrophic injury cases, limitation, costs and practice and procedure. It also incorporates an introductory chapter on PI litigation in the EU.
Practical advice shows clearly how the law applies in a whole range of situations and means the reader can save hours of research time with this easy-to-use reference source. The text is supported by questionnaires, worked examples, sample letters, precedents, model pleadings, checklists, tables of costs, anatomical drawings and a glossary of medical terms.
There are at least seven service issues per year.
Six looseleaf volumes, seven service issues per year (invoiced separately on publication). BPILS is also available online.
Interview with David Green
Read the recent interview with David Green, who is a barrister at 12 King’s Bench Walk and lead author for the Accidents Abroad division of Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service, on our PSL Dispute Resolution Blog.
Table of contents
Bulletins I: Fundamentals of Damages and Loss; II: Fatal Accidents; III: Road Traffic Accidents; IV: Practice and Procedure; V: Costs, Funding and Referral Fees; VI: Limitation; VII: Letters and Practitioners Forms; VIII: Pleadings; IX: Quantum Summaries; X: Latest Key Cases; XI: Case Digest; XII: Medical Materials; XIII: Statutory Materials and Practice Directions; XIV: Special Damages Statistics; XV: Claims of the Utmost Severity; XVI: Criminal Injuries Compensation; XVII: Clinical Negligence Claims; XVIII: PI Litigation Abroad; XIX: Product Liability; XX: Risk Assessment; XXI: Highways; XXII: Children; XXIII: Psychiatric Injuries; XXIV: Liability of Public Authorities; Appendices; Table of Statutes; Table of Statutory Instruments; Table of Cases; Index