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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…

Fatalities on British Roads are up 13% on Last Year

  The number of fatalities occurring on the roads in the UK has increased by 13%, sounding out alarm bells…

Justice Select Committee Order Second Mesothelioma Review

The Justice Select Committee has demanded that the Government carries out a second review on Mesothelioma, after controversy broke out…

Grayling Reveals New Court Rules to Discourage ‘Pre-Med’ Offers

The Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor, Chris Grayling has laid out his proposals for new court rules which will seek…

Compensation Culture? What Compensation Culture?

The insurer’s dream of a compensation culture society, has been viciously awoken by fact, as a recent poll carried out…

Aviva Call for Care Rather than Cash Approach to Whiplash Claims

One of the UK’s leading insurance companies, Aviva, have suggested in a new report named ‘Road to Reform’, that a…

Fundamental Dishonesty Clause Passes through Lords

The fundamental dishonesty clause, proposed by the government, has been passed through the House of Lords. Despite staunch opposition from…

Lawyers Begin High Court Fight with Government over Mesothelioma

The  High Court witnessed day one of the fight against the Government’s decision to force Mesothelioma victims to pay for…

Government Proceeds with PI Inducements Ban

The Government has proceeded with implementing a ban on Personal Injury firms offering inducements to clients, inserting a new clause…

LSB Report Pointless says Scott Rees Partner David Byrne

A report by the LSB suggesting that reforms within the personal injury profession from 1999 to 2013 have had ‘little impact’…

Shadow Justice Secretary Joins Critics of SARAH Bill

The Shadow Justice Secretary, Sadiq Khan, has labelled the Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill (SARAH Bill) as the most…

Tories draft in MP with Insurance Background as Newest Justice Minister

The Government has appointed little-known MP, Andrew Selous, to replace Jeremy Wright, who is taking over as the Attorney General,…

Scott Rees & Co pay the penalty in another final defeat

Scott Rees & Co’s football team’s Final curse struck again last week, as they were agonisingly beaten on penalties in…

APIL President Blasts Heroism Bill as ‘Poor from Every Angle’

The President of APIL has strongly criticised the new Heroism Bill as ‘poor from every angle’ in his blog on…

65 CMCs Warned over Referral Fee Ban Compliance

Up to 65 Claims Management Companies have been warned in regards to compliance with the referral fee ban in the…

ABI only happy with Whiplash Fraud Reform if it suits them

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) have lashed out at claims by the Transport Select Committee (TSC) that a complete ban…

MPs want whiplash data sharing to be compulsory

MPs are calling for the sharing of whiplash fraud data to be made compulsory. They believe that doing so would…

SRA outline two biggest risks for law firms

The Solicitors Regulatory Authority). has confirmed the two biggest risks to UK lawyers as bogus law firms and money laundering.…

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