APIL Guide to Personal Injury Claims Procedure guides the reader through each step of a standard PI claim providing details of the applicable procedure and focusing on common problems with consideration of the relevant case-law. This new edition has been updated to cover:
The new RTA claims process
Developments on Part 36 (unravelling the latest complex case-law)
The latest cases on disclosure, including the concept of 'proportionality' in connection with privacy, e-documents and surveillance evidence
An in-depth look at expert evidence with a review of cases considering when, in personal injury litigation, this is 'reasonably required'
Numerous other procedural points including developments on setting judgment aside, service and changes to the CPR