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DWF Barrister publishes book on compensation recovery

11 August 2020
DWF Barrister, Andrew Cousins, has written his first book, 'A Practical Guide to the Compensation Recovery Unit', published by Law Brief Publishing Ltd

The recently published 'A Practical Guide to the Compensation Recovery Unit' addresses how the Compensation Recovery Unit (CRU) interacts with personal injury and disease claims in England & Wales 

The book is directed towards practitioners in the fields of personal injury and disease litigation in England & Wales. It covers the principles surrounding the imposition of liability all the way through the litigation process up to, and including, appealing the CRU & NHS charges.

It is s a useful guide for practitioners who have to advise their clients on how state benefits and NHS charges affects compensation sums accepted or awarded, and how their liability can be affected by the law underpinning this area. 

Andrew Cousins, commented, "I am delighted to have published my first book and see the culmination of months of research come to fruition. I have aimed to set out as comprehensively as possible, the law addressing CRU & NHS charges issues in personal injury litigation as they can be marginalised during the claims process."

'A Practical Guide to the Compensation Recovery Unit' is available for purchase now from Law Brief Publishing Ltd, Amazon and bookstores across the UK.

 

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