This is a major new work designed and written by leading claimant lawyers. The general editors, both past presidents of APIL, head up a team of specialist contributors. The result is a comprehensive work providing the claimant lawyer with an armoury of information on all aspects of PI practice, which will help you ensure the best possible outcome for the victims of accidents. Law The basis of liability for each of the major types of personal injury action is examined in detail by leading practitioners in the field, together with a thorough examination of the law relating to limitation, damages, funding and costs. A library of up to date legislation relevant to PI practice is included. Practice Practice and procedure relating to PI claims is set out in detail and in context, with particular emphasis placed on the needs of claimant lawyers, along with relevant extracts from the Civil Procedure Rules. Precedents Model letters and statements, pleadings and applications, as well as schedules of loss are included, providing you with an invaluable library of time saving precedents, each carefully drafted by experts. This major new work comes in two volumes, together with a CD ROM containing all the precedents, and will be updated on average three times a year, keeping you completely up to date with the latest developments in law and practice. In addition to the loose leaf format, 'APIL Personal Injury Law, Practice and Precedents' is available online, giving you all the benefits of a paper service plus: fully searchable database use word or advanced searches to pinpoint information quickly and precisely, saving you valuable time; much quicker access to the information and analysis you need; instant access anywhere, anytime find exactly what you need wherever you are; and easy to use intuitive software the technology reveals more about the information.