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We are delighted to announce the publication of the 16th Edition of Bingham’s Personal Injury and Motor Claims. The new edition, published by LexisNexis, marks a significant milestone in the long history of this esteemed textbook, which has been a cornerstone of legal practice since its inception in 1946.
Over the past 18 months, a dedicated team of 28 contributors from chambers PI team, led by General Editor Anthony Johnson has meticulously crafted the 16th Edition. The comprehensive textbook spans 42 chapters, covering all aspects of liability, quantum, procedure, costs, and insurance related to motor claims. This authoritative resource provides practitioners with a wealth of practical procedural advice, legal background, and summaries of reported cases, extending beyond the realm of motor claims where relevant.
“We are incredibly proud to launch the 16th Edition of Bingham’s Personal Injury and Motor Claims Cases,” stated Anthony Johnson, General Editor. “This edition represents the culmination of countless hours of dedicated work from our team of experts, and we are confident that it will serve as an invaluable resource for practitioners in the field.”
The new edition of Bingham’s Personal Injury and Motor Claims Cases is characterised by its forward-looking approach, ensuring that practitioners have access to the most up-to-date legal developments and insights. The textbook’s comprehensive coverage and practical guidance make it an essential tool for any practitioner dealing with personal injury or motor claims.
The publication is available to purchase via the link below.
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