15th February, 2018

Amy Rollings and Kirsty McKinlay write second article on Quantifying Holiday Claims for the Personal Injury Law Journal

Title: "Non voyage: Holiday damages outside of the package travel rules"

Part II of a two part consideration of issues surrounding holiday claim losses. 
This article was first published in Personal Injury Law Journal (February 2018) and is available at or can be viewed below:

Wish You Weren't Here: Quantifying Holiday Claims [PDF]
by Amy Rollings and Kirsty McKinlay

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