5 October 2011
With a foreword by James Badenoch Q.C. Chairman of the Expert Witness Institute and Sir Roger Vickers KCVO, FRCS Council Member, Medical Defence Union:
'This is an important and admirable book...thorough, lucid and extremely practical… it will be an invaluable source for all who are concerned with medico-legal work.'
The text offers easy to use techniques to help experts and lawyers alike to apply essential legal principles in practical reporting situations. It also serves as a valuable reference, giving guidance on to how to approach a wide-variety of reporting issues – from causation and damage through to multiple incident claims and exaggerating claimants.
Giles Eyre (LLB 1973) is a barrister practising from 9 Gough Square, London. Giles has extensive experience in conducting and advising in personal injury, industrial disease and clinical negligence claims. He is a Recorder and a mediator on the CEDR Solve Lead Mediators Panel. He regularly presents medico-legal seminars to medical experts.
Lynden Alexander is a communication skills consultant who specialises in forensic communication. He leads the expert witness programme at Professional Solutions Learning and Development and presents expert report writing seminars for the Expert Witness Institute and other professional bodies.
Can be purchased from: www.prosols.uk.com