4th edition of Personal Injury Schedules: Calculating Damages now available, co-authored by William Audland QC

12KBW congratulates William Audland QC and all his co-authors on the publication of the 4th Edition of Personal Injury Schedules: Calculating Damages, the leading practitioners’ textbook on the quantification of damages in personal injury law. The book provides a guide to the assessment of damages and the presentation of schedules and counter schedules. It contains comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the relevant principles and case law in a practical handbook style.

This new edition takes account of all significant developments in the law, since the last edition, including changes to fatal accident multipliers (Knauer v MOJ), assessment of life expectancy (Whiten v St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust), residual earnings discount factors (Billett v MOD), periodical payment orders (RH v University Hospitals Bristol FT; Wallace v Follett), and developments in credit hire (Stevens v Equity; Zurich v Umerji; Opoku v Tintas).

William wrote the chapter on Counter-Schedules with assistance from Isaac Hogarth.

The new edition is available at all good legal retailers or can be ordered here.