Quantum of Damages in Bodily and Fatal Injury Cases, The



    Edition: Full set (Vol I - VII)
  • Format: Loose-leaf
  • ISBN: QOD
  • Language(s): English
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  • Category: Delict, Law of

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The Quantum of Damages in Bodily and Fatal Injury Cases has earned an enviable reputation amongst South African lawyers as the source of first reference in assessing liability and the quantum of claims. As a subscription publication, new cases are constantly being added, keeping subscribers abreast of new judicial trends and attitudes to these kinds of claims. The Quantum of Damages in Bodily and Fatal Injury Cases is a set of publications which grows with the addition of new cases and materials.

Key Benefits:

Volume IV contains a number of features useful to persons who practise in this field of law, viz

  • 45 illustrations of the human anatomy
  • a glossary of medical terms frequently encountered by practitioners
  • practical and accessible flynotes and indexing systems
  • pointers concerning the updating of previous awards

  • General considerations
  • Damages for bodily injury
  • Damages for fatal injury or death
  • Practice and procedure
  • General Principles:
    • Volume I (4th edition): Originally by M M Corbett†, the 4th edition of this hard cover work by J J Gauntlett provides a succinct and readily accessible statement of the general principles of the law of damages relating to personal injuries.
  • Classified Reports:
    • Volumes II to VI: Published in loose-leaf format, these volumes contain arbitration awards and judgments pertaining to the quantum of damages grouped according to type of injury, updated Consumer Price Indexes to assist with adjusting past awards for inflation, a glossary of medical terms frequently encountered by practitioners and detailed anatomical diagrams.
    • Volume II and III are by M M Corbett† and Advocate J Buchanan†
    • Volume IV and V by M M Corbett† and D P Honey†, contains cases reported from 1989 to 2009. The cases are grouped according to the type of injury.
    • Volume VI by P Corbett, C Potgieter and J Daffue contains cases reported from 2010, also grouped according to the type of injury.

  • Attorneys
  • Advocates
  • Magistrates
  • Judges
  • Government officials

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The Quantum of Damages in Bodily and Fatal Injury Cases has earned an enviable reputation amongst South African lawyers as the source of first reference in assessing liability and the quantum of claims. As a subscription publication, new cases are constantly being added, keeping subscribers abreast of new judicial trends and attitudes to these kinds of claims. The Quantum of Damages in Bodily and Fatal Injury Cases is a set of publications which grows with the addition of new cases and materials.

Key Benefits:

Volume IV contains a number of features useful to persons who practise in this field of law, viz

  • 45 illustrations of the human anatomy
  • a glossary of medical terms frequently encountered by practitioners
  • practical and accessible flynotes and indexing systems
  • pointers concerning the updating of previous awards

  • General considerations
  • Damages for bodily injury
  • Damages for fatal injury or death
  • Practice and procedure
  • General Principles:
    • Volume I (4th edition): Originally by M M Corbett†, the 4th edition of this hard cover work by J J Gauntlett provides a succinct and readily accessible statement of the general principles of the law of damages relating to personal injuries.
  • Classified Reports:
    • Volumes II to VI: Published in loose-leaf format, these volumes contain arbitration awards and judgments pertaining to the quantum of damages grouped according to type of injury, updated Consumer Price Indexes to assist with adjusting past awards for inflation, a glossary of medical terms frequently encountered by practitioners and detailed anatomical diagrams.
    • Volume II and III are by M M Corbett† and Advocate J Buchanan†
    • Volume IV and V by M M Corbett† and D P Honey†, contains cases reported from 1989 to 2009. The cases are grouped according to the type of injury.
    • Volume VI by P Corbett, C Potgieter and J Daffue contains cases reported from 2010, also grouped according to the type of injury.

  • Attorneys
  • Advocates
  • Magistrates
  • Judges
  • Government officials

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