This work provides a convenient one stop source of reference for occupational illness claims.
This guide outlines the vast array of statutory provisions which regulate this area of law, helping you identify which laws were in force at the time of the exposure. It explains the nature of the common occupational illnesses and the problems associated with complicated expert evidence required to establish liability.
Practical advice on pursuing and valuing the claim is given, and the procedure for restoring companies to the register is clearly set out. Expertly drafted pleadings for each of the occupational illnesses are also included. Fully up-to-date, including recent case law such as Grieves v FT Everard (pleural plaques) and Maguire v Harland & Wolff (asbestos claims), the APIL Guide to Occupational Illness Claims is essential reading for all personal injury practitioners.
Written by Christopher Goddard.
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