Andrew Leroy Rudder is the published author of the book, “Catastrophic Impairment Law in Canada.”
His publisher, LexisNexis Inc., has described his book as the “authoritative guide on catastrophic impairment law in Canada,” and noted that it “takes a deep dive on the subject, comparing the different provincial regimes across the country, exposing inconsistencies and proposing solutions to redress inequities.”
Drawing on his extensive experience representing clients who have suffered a catastrophic injury and are faced with exorbitant costs of recovery, in his new publication, Rudder undertakes a comprehensive examination of catastrophic impairment law in Canada, both on a provincial and a national level.
Unlike other titles in this practice area, Catastrophic Impairment Law in Canada is less of an assessment of personal injury damages and more of an analysis of how and why a certain assessment was given. In particular, Rudder explores: