Personal Injury
NSW

Comprehensive guides to advising and representing parties in common law personal injury claims under the Civil Liability Act, whether acting for plaintiffs or ...

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Overview

Comprehensive guides to advising and representing parties in common law personal injury claims under the Civil Liability Act, whether acting for plaintiffs or defendants/insurers. Each matter plan includes detailed commentary, with links to legislation, cases and other and resources, plus with all commonly required forms and precedents.

This helpful publication is a great companion to the District Court and Supreme Court guides.

Separate guides to Workers Compensation and Motor Vehicle Accident are also available.

Recent updates can be viewed at Obiter - News & Updates, via the link above.

The practical commentary covers all aspects of claims, including:

  • The principles of liability
  • Commencing or defending claims
  • Negotiating and settling claims both before and after litigation is commenced
  • Lay and expert evidence
  • Assessing damages
  • Documenting settlements

The publication includes many helpful required precedents, including:

  • Retainer instructions, Costs agreements and To do lists
  • Letters to clients, insurers, doctors, government authorities and so on, gathering information
  • Medical authorities
  • Instructions to settle
  • Example content for pleadings, schedule of damages and other documents
  • Recent updates to all By Lawyers guides can be viewed at Obiter - News & Updates.

Ready To Use Resources

Choose from ready-to-use legal documents within this Publication.


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  • Practical and up-to-date
  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms

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