This unique publication, one of the first of its kind, focuses specifically on pain cases as a topic, particularly the identification and management, rehabilitation and trial of a pain case at all its different stages. The book is of interest to both Claimant and Defendant lawyers and insurers and contains pragmatic guidance.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Pankaj Madan is a senior practising personal injury barrister, Deputy District Judge and Lecturer in personal injury law at 12 King’s Bench Walk, London and Exchange Chambers in Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool
He is recognised by the Legal 500 as a leading name with specialist expertise in Pain cases. He has particular expertise in high value Complex Regional Pain Syndrome claims. He acts in largely equal measure for Claimants and Defendants and he has lectured extensively to distinguished audiences on the topic, to an international audience of doctors and lawyers at the Royal Society of Medicine and The Peterhouse Cambridge Medico-Legal Conference.
He is from a medical family and is married to a Consultant in Psychiatry.
|Publisher:||Law Brief Publishing Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.23(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter One – What is Pain?
Chapter Two – The Causes of Chronic Pain Disorder
Chapter Three – Recognising the Signs of Chronic Pain Disorder
Chapter Four – The Psychiatric Component
Chapter Five – Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Chapter Six – Chronic Widespread Pain (CWP)
Chapter Seven – Causation
Chapter Eight – Bringing Chronic Pain Claims
Chapter Nine – Defending Chronic Pain Cases
Chapter Ten – Conclusions