APIL Guide to Accidents at Work Second edition


Designed specifically to meet the needs of claimant personal injury lawyers.



Why you should buy APIL Guide to Accidents at Work


The work covers three distinction areas. Part A concerns the general principles applicable to all cases focusing on negligence, statutory duties, causation and remoteness, with an emphasis on what these principles mean in practice. Part B looks in detail at the statutory framework with special attention given to workplaces, work equipment, manual handling, working at height and construction. Part C offers practical guidance on effective case preparation and presentation, providing invaluable know-how on investigation guidelines, evidence, and practice and procedure.

This new edition has been extensively revised and rewritten to include:

  • Liability for workplace accidents post Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013
  • Understanding how risk assessment works and can help you win your cases
  • The Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 and the updated HSE guidance on construction site accidents
  • The continuing importance of health and safety regulations
  • Understanding the concept of workers, the gig economy and the self-employed
  • What now for health and safety in a post Brexit world

The APIL Guide to Accidents at Work is essential reading for all personal injury practitioners whose practice encompasses work-based injuries.