Personal Injury: Quantum, Cases and Materials Volume 1 - 3
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The new Volume 3 follows on to update the law as of the publication of the original 2-volume title to June 2013. This Volume contains references both reported and unreported cases on personal injury; and makes references to guidelines stipulated in the Compendium of Personal Injury Awards issued by the Bar Council (2010). The cases are obtained from MLJ Law Reports and MLJ unreported.
Personal Injury: Quantum, Cases and Materials (Vol 1 to 3) is an essential reference and guide for judges, lawyers, academicians, insurance companies, medical institutions, students and the public at large who are interested in the assessment of damages for personal injuries. This meticulously compiled book is designed for early settlement of claims or assessment of damages during trial.