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Fatal accidents present the lawyer with a set of problems distinct from those of non-fatal personal injury claims. In particular, who does the law categorise as a dependant and how do you calculate t he claim for dependency? The APIL Guide to Fatal Accidents, now in its second edition, provides practical advice on how to run a case involving a fatal accident and how to secure maximum awards for the family, friends and estate of the deceased. The second edition includes new chapters dealing with multipliers and damages in anticipation of death. The new edition also offers advice on dealing with the coroners' court. CONTENTS Initial considerations Does the client have a claim? Valuing the dependency claim Non-dependency claims Procedure Matters requiring special care Future developments in the law relating to fatal accidents Appendices Client questionnaire Precedents Legislation CPR extracts Ogden Tables (6th Edition)
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