Lucy Wilton, senior associate, in the personal injury & clinical negligence team have contributed chapters to the second edition of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) Guide to Catastrophic Injury Claims.
Edited by Grahame Aldous QC, 9 Gough Square barristers' chambers, this edition provides guidance to legal practitioners who deal with complex catastrophic cases, which involve serious injury and will merit large compensation awards.
The guidebook covers various aspects of catastrophic injury claims, from the initial meeting through to negotiating a settlement or presenting the case at trial. As well as chapters from solicitors and barristers, the book contains contributions from leading medical experts in the fields of traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, birth injuries, psychiatry, rehabilitation and care/case management.
Lucy Wilton has obtained substantial compensation awards for people who have been injured in accidents or as a result of medical treatment (including those with severe brain and spinal injuries). If you have any queries or are affected by any of the issues referred to above, please do not hesitate to contact Terry or Lucy.
The guide is available for purchase on the Jordans website.