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Chief Executive of Solicitors Regulation Authority to stand down

The Chief Executive of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has announced that he will stand down later this year after…

Decision delay on small claims limit offers hope for personal injury lawyers

Justice Minister, Helen Grant has announced that the decision regarding whether or not the government will increase the small claims…

Scott Rees welcomes 11 new members of staff

In a challenging period of time for the personal injury industry, Scott Rees has continued to show strength as we…

MASS warn transport select committee against increasing small claims limit

The Motor Accident Solicitors Society (MASS) has warned the Transport Select Committee (TSC) against increasing the small claims track from…

Myth of increasing whiplash claims dispelled by APIL

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) came out fighting in a bid to save the genuine claimant’s access to…

Insurers want whiplash claims limitation period cut

Lloyds Market Association (LMA) has called for the limitation period for which a whiplash claim can be brought to be…

ABI findings stick the boot in personal injury sector in whiplash inquiry

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has stuck the boot into the personal injury sector once more by submitting findings…

MASS pledge to continue campaign for key changes

The Motor Accident Solicitors Society (MASS) has pledged to continue to campaign for what they see as key changes to…

New APIL president rouses personal injury lawyers with first speech

Yesterday saw the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) conference take place at Celtic Manor near Newport and the first…

Solicitors Regulation Authority to get tough on reckless trading as personal injury sector urged to stick to principles

The message the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has put out today is clear regarding the future of personal injury firms…

New APIL president warns against attack on discount rate

The soon to be new president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), Matthew Stockwell has issued a warning…

Judiciary struggling to cope with the amount of ‘litigants in person’ already

Stand up and take note Chris Grayling. The legal aid cuts are creating panic for the judiciary and we are…

Law Society demand solicitor’s voice at whiplash inquiry

The Law Society are demanding that solicitor’s voices are heard when MP’s hear evidence in the whiplash inquiry, in a…

APIL Chief Executive slams government plans to increase small claims limit

The government’s plan to increase the small claims limit will create a ‘totally uneven playing field’ according to the Chief…

Scott Rees Partner to continue as CILEx Liverpool branch chairman

Scott Rees Partner, Chris Walker (pictured) has been re-elected to continue his work as the chair of the Chartered Institute…

No April fools as personal injury reforms implemented

Due to the drastic nature of the personal injury reforms and the timing of their implementation on the April 1st,…

Scott Rees all set for new era of personal injury law

With the upcoming changes to the personal injury claims process and the ban on referral fees set to be implemented…

All eyes on the insurers according to former Justice Minister

The former Justice Minister, Jonathan Djanogly has warned insurers across the United Kingdom that the ‘eyes of government’ will be…

ICO plan clampdown on companies who cold call and send spam texts

The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has said that it is ready to prosecute up to a dozen more companies who…

Nearly 2,500 jobs gone as legal industry prepares for reforms

Last week at the Claims Magazine’s Conference in Manchester, Head of Motor and Liability at the Association of British Insurers…

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