Accidents at work represent a major part of the claimant lawyer’s case load. According to the HSE there were over 148,000 reported accidents at work in 2010/11, of which over 26,000 were major injuries. The popular APIL Guide to Accidents at Work is designed specifically to meet the needs of claimant personal injury lawyers acting on behalf of workers who have suffered work-place injuries.
Written by specialist personal injury lawyers with extensive experience of employer’s liability cases, APIL Guide to Accidents at Work is a practical and authoritative text which sets out the law and practice required to conduct such claims effectively. It enables practitioners to make individual, principled assessments of employer’s liability cases by focusing on the main common law principles and key statutory provisions, together with procedural guidance and practical advice on running a case.
This new edition has been extensively revised and updated, and includes:
- A new chapter on risk assessment
- A new section containing draft model pleadings
- All major case-law such as Robb v Salamis and Baker v Quantum