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CFAs and Risk Assessment in Practice

ISBN13: 9780421786202
ISBN: 0421786205
Published: December 2002
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

There are many risks associated with running cases on Conditional Fee Agreements. It is not simply a matter of the risk of losing a case. This highly practical book provides practitioners with all the essential information they need to operate a successful Conditional Fee personal injury practice. It not only guides readers to a comprehensive understanding of the subject but also shows how to translate that understanding into everyday case handling and management. * Covers all the essential requirements and principles of CFA work * Examines insurance for CFA work and explains insurance principles * Helps practioners identifying and calculating risk on a case-by-case basis * Offers up-to-date coverage of the law - including discussion of recent judgments such as Halloran v. Delaney (Sept 2002) * Combines practical, first hand experience from both the practitioner and insurer perspective * Clear, concise and user friendly with guides, precedents and flow charts to aid understanding A well-known author team that is second to none Nigel Tomkins and Claire Edwards are highly regarded in the fields of Personal Injury, Insurance and Risk Assessment. Their combined expertise ensures a fres

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Introduction - understanding the background to running a modern CFA business. Picking the right funding option. Getting the CFA right. Providing the right information. Recovery of a success fee. Recovering an After The Event insurance premium. Applying insurance risk principles. Working with ATE insurance. Risk assessment. Control and management of risk. Essential materials. Useful precedents. Callery v. Gray - report on the facts and history of the case.