The Quantum of Damages in Bodily and Fatal Injury Cases: Quick Guide

Quantum of Damages
01 Apr 2019

About this publication:

Part of the Quantum of Damages series, the Quick Guide provides researchers with a compact guide aimed at quickly and easily categorising injuries and determining comparative quantum awards handed down in both the courts and in selected arbitrations.

Contents include:

  • Cases contained in the latest revision service to Volume VII of the Quantum of Damages
  • Awards by category (spine and brain, head injuries, neck and back, upper limbs, lower limbs, hip and pelvis, face, internal organs, the senses, multiple injuries, miscellaneous injuries/conditions)
  • Combined alphabetical list
  • Alphabetical list by volume
  • 2019 CPIX Table (1946-2019) to upgrade historical awards
  • Glossary of medical terms
  • Medical diagrams

Key benefits:

  • Medical diagrams and a glossary of medical terms assist in researching injuries
  • Quantum conversion tables to assist in finding comparative awards in the Quantum of Damages in Bodily and Fatal Injury Cases
  • Quick referencing system for tables point the user to the volume and page of each case, providing quantum figures updated to 2019

Of interest and benefit to:

  • Attorneys
  • Advocates
  • Judges
  • Magistrates
  • Government officials

The Quantum of Damages in Bodily and Fatal Injury Cases: Quick Guide
Quantum Conversion Tables and Medical Diagrams

Edition: 2019
Available: March 2019
Author: Christo Potgieter
ISBN: 978 1 48513 361 2
Format: Print (soft cover)
Extent: 302 pages
Retail price: R435
(Price incl. 15% VAT and is valid until 30 June 2019. Excludes
courier delivery.)

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