This is a series of webinars looking at the basic elements of major heads of damages for personal injury, with a particular emphasis on those claims in the intermediate and multi track. In addition to looking at essential elements it looks at recent cases to illustrate in a practical way how damages are established (or not established) at trial.
Claims for accommodation and appliances are a major part of many serious claims. Here we look at the legal principles underlying these claims and how these should be formulated in the schedule looking at recent cases, including CCC v Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 1770 (KB)
- Proving a need for accommodation
- Quantifying the accommodation claim
- Interim payments and accommodation claims
- Proving the need for aids and appliances
- Quantifying the claim for aids and appliances
- Accommodation and aids and appliances in the schedule
- Mitigation of loss and the purchase of alternative accommodation
This webinar is part of an eight-part series.
Further webinars in this series include:
Damages for pain and suffering
Damages for loss of earnings
Damages for the self-employed and those involved in entertainment and sport
Damages for care: Recent cases and their significance for practitioners
Accommodation and appliance claims
Periodical payments and provisional damages
Dealing with the counter-schedule and counter-arguments in relation to damages
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