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Insurers to target deafness claims next

It has emerged in an article for Post Magazine that insurers are planning to target claims for industrial deafness, as…

APIL relieved with small claims limit decision

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has expressed their relief with the government’s decision not to increase the small…

APIL slam mesothelioma consultation paper

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has criticised the consultation paper for mesothelioma claiming that it is based on…

‘Charter for rogue bosses’ set to cost workplace injury victims

The government have this week rolled out Section 69 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act which is set to…

APIL survey Scotland treated fairer for bereavement damages than the south

A survey conducted by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has revealed that of 2000 people, 80% think that…

APIL launch ‘Back Off’ campaign

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has launched a new campaign urging drivers who tailgate other road users to…

Discount rate research reveals claimant caution on damages investment

Research on the discount rate, funded for and encouraged by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), has disproved the theory suggested…

APIL launch new kite mark for spinal cord injury specialists

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) announced yesterday the launch of a new competency standard for those solicitors who…

Personal injury small claims limit increase opposed by Transport Select Committee

The Transport Select Committee has warned the government against increasing the small claims limit for personal injury and warned the…

Improved Mesothelioma Bill passes through House of Lords

All eyes will now be on MPs in the House of Commons as the much debated Mesothelioma Bill passed through…

SRA urged to rethink decision not to ban inducements by personal injury lawyers

The decision by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) not to follow the Claims Management Regulator Unit (CMRU) and ban inducements…

Insurers bid to increase small claims limit

Just over a month ago, the 25th April to be exact, the government released figures as forced by the Freedom…

ABI release their proposals to tackle the UK’s whiplash epidemic

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has released their plans to rid the industry of fraudulent claims and, as they…

Whiplash debate sees PI sector demand cap on insurers’ market spend in House Of Commons

The opening day of the House of Commons’ Transport Committee’s inquiry into whiplash saw fireworks as personal injury lawyers hit…

Referral fee ban failing to reduce road traffic accident claims

When the government proposed and implemented the referral fee ban the main justification was that they believed it would reduce…

Discount rate costing critically injured people money needed for care

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has warned that the current discount rate is costing critically injured people the…

Government plans for mesothelioma could leave sufferers high and dry

The Government’s scheme to speed up payments for mesothelioma-affected patients has received heavy criticism from claimant lawyers such as Scott…

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…

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…

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