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It Helps to Be a Lawyer – Says Former Attorney General on Lord Chancellor Debate

The former Attorney General, Dominic Grieve MP, has stated his belief that there are advantages to having a fully qualified…

Are Skin Care Treatments as Safe as they are Advertised?

Skin care and cosmetic treatments are becoming more and more common these days, with plenty of people looking to revitalise…

Government Extends Inducement Ban to Third Parties

First, it was the claims management companies (CMCs), then the personal injury law firms and now the Government are looking…

Supreme Court Hands Asbestos Victims Boost

A ruling in the Supreme Court has extended the protection for asbestos-related disease victims to include those working in any…

Deafness Claims from Miners against Government Increase

Government figures have shown that the number of industrial deafness claims being made against them by miners has increased significantly.…

PI Claims Drop 10% – Cue the Propaganda

The Institute of Actuaries announced on Tuesday that throughout 2013/14 the number of third party claims being made has dropped by 10%,…

Legal Industry Fights Back As Growth Figures Increase

The legal industry has shown just how resilient it can be in times of struggle, as according to an authoritative…

‘Failing Grayling’ Defends Non-Lawyer Lord Chancellor Role

The Lord Chancellor, Chris Grayling, has defended his status as a non-lawyer in the role, telling peers that it has…

SRA to Bring in Comparison Tool to Improve Diversity

The SRA are hoping to take giant steps towards improving diversity within the legal profession by rolling out a new…

Grayling Defeated in High Court over Mesothelioma

Hurrah for the High Court, Mesothelioma Cases will not be subject to the provisions of LASPO. Finally some good news…

Scott Rees & Co Partner Calls for Compensation Perception Change

Scott Rees and Co Marketing Partner, David Byrne has laid into the insurance industry and the MoJ, over figures that show the…

ABI Urge Fee Cut for Industrial Deafness Claims

The ABI has claimed that solicitor fees for industrial deafness claims should be curbed in order to stop claimant lawyers…

MASS Question ABI Whiplash Portal Independence

Not-for-profit personal injury representative body, MASS has questioned the Government’s decision to allow the ABI to fund and build their…

Research Undermines Insurer Crash for Cash Claims

The insurance industry’s claim of a crash for cash epidemic causing a hike on premium prices has been undermined by…

What to do if you are in a car accident that wasn’t your fault.

There will be a lot of things going through your mind in the immediate aftermath of a road traffic accident,…

Discount Rate Decision Still No Closer to being Made

The Government are still no closer to make the crucial decision regarding the future of the discount rate. Two years…

MoJ Defends Fundamental Dishonesty Rule

The Government have defended the newly imposed fundamental dishonesty rule, insisting that it could, not only, lead to a reduction…

8 Things You Should Do If You Suffer an Injury at Work

Suffering an injury at work often puts you in an awkward position, when it is down to the negligence of…

New Law Society Chief Executive Announced

The Law Society has announced that the current NHS Litigation Authority Chief Executive will take up the same role with…

Top 10 Tips on Road Safety for Cyclists

After the announcement that the number of cycling casualties on the road in the first quarter of the year had…

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