Bingham and Berrymans' Personal Injury and Motor Claims Cases 15th edition
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This book provides practical guidance and information to all practitioners involved with motor and personal injury insurance litigation. Covering all reported cases relevant to claims arising out of road traffic accidents, it is a combination of practical procedural advice, legal background and diversity of case summaries within, but not exclusive to, the context of motor claims. It clearly explains the principles behind the assessment of damages and offers advice on practice and procedure in the conduct of claims.
The new edition has been extensively updated since the previous edition to take account of major changes in both motor and personal injury litigation, including:
- Changes to the MIB claims process New MIB untraced driver agreement 2017
- Increasing fraudulent insurance claims
- Proposed increase to the small claims limits
- EU case law - on the scope of compulsory RTA insurance
- Credit hire claims
- Whiplash reforms
- Anticipated change to the discount rate