By : Jamie Clarke
The sixth edition of the Ogden Tables has the revised treatment of “contingencies other than mortality”. At first glance, it would appear to favour defendants. Jamie Clarke reports.
This article was originally published in Solicitors Journal (12 February 2008)
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