Damages for Personal Injury and Deathby David Kemp
A working manual for practitioners assessing damages in personal injury work, this book is fully cross-referenced to Kemp and Kemp on "Quantum of Damages" and acts as a portable guide to this work. This edition has been reorganized and expanded to reflect the fast-changing nature of this area of law so that all principal topics and important recent developments are covered. Areas updated in this edition include: damages on death
damages for non-pecuniary loss
damages for past pecuniary loss
damages for future pecuniary loss
and the incidence of benefits. Key case law is also covered, such as Digby v Essex County Council and Khan v Armaguard on the disclosing of tele-visual evidence, and Larby v Thurgood on a refusal to stay action unless the plaintiff attends an examination by an employment consultant.
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