Why you should buy APIL Guide to Accidents Abroad
The APIL Guide to Accidents Abroad looks in detail at a highly technical and difficult aspect of personal injury practice. Written by leading lawyers in the field, it covers the Package Travel Regulations, jurisdiction and applicable law, direct action against insurers, shipping and aviation claims, and damages.
It takes a practical approach providing all the information needed to conduct a claim. The authors’ explanatory commentary is supplemented by pleadings and precedents, together with relevant legislation and international materials making this an essential one-stop-shop for conducting PI claims with an international element.
Howard Stevens QC
all Barristers, 3 Hare Court
With an introduction by James Dingemans QC, 3 Hare Court.
This book provides that guidance, as well as other helpful advice for example about package travel, and rights to bring direct claims against insurers. It is also has specific chapters on air (or aviation) claims and sea (or maritime) claims. Read the full preface...
Table of contents
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of European Materials
Table of International Materials
Package Travel II – the Liability of the Tour Operator to the
Consumer and the Tour Operator’s rights against his Suppliers
Direct Actions Against Insurers
Accidents at Sea
Travel by Air
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