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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 lawjournals.co.uk or can be viewed below:

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



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