Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
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Personal injury on-demand legal training

Personal injury on-demand training

Personal injury on-demand training is convenient method of topping up your CPD hours. With a variety of knowledgeable speakers, APIL on-demand learning is accessible via the web: streamed to your computer or downloaded to your mobile device.

Each session is accredited with 1 CPD hour.

New Listen on the go - download training as audio only (mp3), for all new on-demand training.

On-demand training

Our on-demand training is available for six months after the webinar broadcast, but we do suggest that you check that the content is still relevant before signing up

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Stress at work claims - The minefield of the modern workplace
This webinar will focus on stress at work claims with a view to providing all delegates with a solid understanding of the field both legally, and practically. There will be an in depth discussion ranging... Find out more
Presented by: Liam Ryan

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How to win appeals - when, how and where to appeal in 2019!
Presented by APIL Secretary John McQuater, this webinar will help you to know when, how and where to appeal, and to think about tactics. The one hour session will cover: When should an appeal be... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater

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Dental negligence - what you really need to know in 2019
This webinar will give an overview of update of dental negligence claims including Effective risk assessment Funding arrangements Getting instructions Investigating the claim using the... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater

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How to use the Ogden Tables: a practical explanation
With the recent change in the discount rate, now is an ideal time for those new to personal injury and medical negligence, as well as those moving into multitrack work, to understand how to use the Ogden... Find out more
Presented by: Malcolm Underhill

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Procedure review: autumn 2019
This webinar will bring you right up to date on key procedural topics for practitioners including: The portals: scope and risks of putting a higher value claim into a low value protocol Service:... Find out more
Presented by: Frances McCarthy & John McQuater

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Trusts for minors - protocol, practice and preferences
This webinar, presented by Alison Taylor of Frenkel Topping will cover:
Presented by: Alison Taylor

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Court fees: avoiding the pitfalls - fees, fee remission, abuse of process and striking out
This webinar gives an overview on the law and practice relating to court fees.  Topics include: Calculating court fees Court fees in Part 8 proceedings Applying for court fee... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall

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Claims arising from stillbirth
This webinar will provide training on claims following stillbirth.  This is a niche topic but one that commonly features in the day to day practice of clinical negligence lawyers. As the claims... Find out more
Presented by: Richard Baker

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Late acceptance of Part 36 offers
This webinar will analyse the potential costs, and other, consequences on late acceptance of Part 36 offers including: A reminder of the rules that apply on late acceptance of Part 36 offers What... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater

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Costs update - autumn 2019
The webinar, presented by APIL immediate past-president Brett Dixon, and current costs special interest group co-ordinator Gary Barker will cover: Is your letter without prejudice or without... Find out more
Presented by: Gary Barker & Brett Dixon

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Claims for loss of earnings: Law, procedure and evidence: prove it or lose it!
The webinar, presented by Gordon Exall looks in detail and the law and procedure in relation to claims for loss of income. It will cover: The law as to loss of earnings How a claim for loss of... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall

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The quarterly review 2019 - autumn (FREE webinar)
This webinar, presented by APIL President Gordon Dalyell and new APIL CEO Mike Benner, will cover all the latest happenings at APIL. In particular it will cover Discount rate Injury Prevention... Find out more
Presented by: Mike Benner & Gordon Dalyell

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West v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust - Key guidance from the Court of Appeal on costs recovery
This webinar reviews the important Court of Appeal judgment in West v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust, giving important guidance to help practitioners with costs recovery, including: What does... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater

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Psychiatric injury and clinical negligence 2019
This webinar will help practitioners understand how to successfully bring claims for damages for psychiatric injury in the context of clinical negligence.  It will address common misconceptions... Find out more
Presented by: Richard Baker

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Expert evidence, law, practice and procedure
Expert witnesses are involved in every personal injury case. A detailed knowledge of the rules, Practice Directions and law relating to experts is essential for every practitioner.  This webinar... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall

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Costs update - summer 2019 - all you need to know!
The webinar, presented by APIL president Brett Dixon, and costs special interest group co-ordinator Gary Barker will cover: MoJ consultation on fixed fees CPR changes since our last costs... Find out more
Presented by: Gary Barker & Brett Dixon

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Clinical negligence update - spring 2019
This webinar, presented by APIL secretary John McQuater, will look at all the latest on issues relating to clinical negligence including: Fixed fees Breach of duty Causation Procedure The... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater

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Pension loss - what you really need to know in 2019!
This webinar, presented by knowledgeable experts Paul Rosson and Andrew Taylor, will cover: A history of pensions in the UK An explanation of the qualifying criteria for state pension and how to... Find out more
Presented by: Paul Rosson & Andrew Taylor

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Winning the unwinnable motor claim
On 5 June 2019 the Court of Appeal delivered a truly ground-breaking ruling in Motor Insurance Bureau v Lewis [2019] EWCA Civ 909. The MIB faces a new contingent liability to compensate victims injured... Find out more
Presented by: Nicholas Bevan

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Making a difference - the APIL approach to rehabilitation
This webinar will cover all types of cases that are dealt with in the multitrack.  This is regardless of the nature of injury, and is relevant for medical negligence, abuse, asbestos related disease... Find out more
Presented by: Colin Ettinger

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The quarterly review 2019 - summer (FREE webinar)
This webinar, presented by APIL President Gordon Dalyell and APIL Secretary John McQuater, will cover all the latest happenings at APIL. In particular it will cover Discount rate... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Dalyell & John McQuater

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Getting Part 36 right in 2019!
This webinar, presented by APIL secretary and EC member John McQuater will discuss: Why is Part 36 so important? How do you get Part 36 offers right? When is a “Part 36 offer” not a... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater

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Success fees, ATE premiums and business models: what can and should you be doing about charging your client after Herbert v HH Law Limited [2019]
Since the abolition of recoverability in 2013, the Government has made it clear that a client is expected to have “skin in the game” and contribute from their damages to the cost of getting... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon

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Essential occupiers liability and public liability cases update - spring 2019
Drawing on the recent PI update, this webinar, presented by Brett Dixon, covers the latest cases you need to know to win your cases on: Pavement trips S41 Highways Act 1980 - the legal test... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon

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Essential RTA cases - spring 2019
Drawing on the recent PI update, and some brand new cases, this webinar presented by Brett Dixon, covers the latest cases you need to know to win your cases on: Cameron v Hussain – what the... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon

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Accredited members can accrue up to 10 CPD hours out of the 16 accredited hours required to maintain accredited status via distance learning.

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