Bingham and Berrymans' Personal Injury and Motor Claims Cases is the leading work in this field and is written by experts in the field of PI and insurance law. This classic title provides practical guidance and information to all practitioners involved with motor and personal injury insurance litigation. Covering all reported cases relevant to claims arising out of road traffic accidents, it is a unique combination of practical procedural advice, legal background and diversity of case summaries within, but not exclusive to, the context of motor claims. It clearly explains the principles behind the assessment of damages and offers advice on practice and procedure in the conduct of claims. The new edition has been extensively updated since the previous edition to take account of major changes in both motor and personal injury litigation, including: Analysis of the Court of Appeal decision of Thompstone; Full implication of periodical payments; Update on Part 36 payments; Latest motor liability and motor insurance cases; New section on injury in motor claims; Contributor from Motor Claims Board writes on the MIB; New chapter on credit hire; Full coverage of the MoJ reforms on costs and new procedure; Ogden 6 Tables and case law arising from it; and, Revamp of the Limitation chapter to take account of changes in the law. This set includes the first supplement to the title, published in 2012.