Comprehensive analysis and overview of manual handling injuries with the application of common law and statute.
Manual handling injuries account for the majority of accidents at work. Manual Handling Claims is designed to assist the practitioner in understanding the application of both common law and statutory duties to this specialised area of work.
Containing concise but comprehensive analysis on the development of the law, an overview of manual handling injuries generally as well as in depth coverage of the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 themselves, it provides the necessary information for all levels of personal injury practitioner especially given that essential appendices including the MHOR and the HSE Guidance are included.
Written by Andrew Ritchie QC and edited by Stephen Glynn, both highly experienced members of the personal injury team of the Chambers of Grahame Aldous, QC, 9 Gough Square, London, Manual Handling Claims is part of the series of Chambers' publications on personal injury topics.
What other practitioners have said:
"A "must have" for any personal injury practice that is serious about the work they do and the advice they give in manual handling claims." Cliff Poole, Bond Pearce LLP.
"Fully informative and provides an excellent guide in tackling even the most complex of claims in this area. A must read for all personal injury practitioners." Trevor Sterling, Rowley Ashworth & Company.
"This is a really excellent practitioner's guide and Refresher" Ronald Conway, Bonar & Company.
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£45. ISBN 978-0-9555197-1-0. First edition.