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Pension Loss in Personal Injuries


ISBN13: 9781858111261
ISBN: 1858111269
Published: September 1998
Publisher: EMIS Professional Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Out Of Print 2007
Those involved in work place personal injury should be familiar with recurring cases for which technical expertise is vitally important to the successful outcome that the lawyer seeks for their client. This may be medical knowledge, or financial.

The author of this series is a specialist in the area. This book on pension loss aims to provide a clear explanation of the technical background which underpins the relevant personal injury action, setting this explanation in its legal context.

Subjects:
Pensions Law
Contents:
Damages; fullness adequacy; pension loss calculation - judicial or conventional method; pension loss calculation - the commercial approach; Auty; Wells v Wells and associated appeals; taxation; related issues; Ogden tables; useful addresses; worked examples.