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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…

ABI lash out at personal injury sector over whiplash claims reform

The Head of Motor and Liability for the Association of British Insurers (ABI), James Dalton (pictured) has dismissed the argument…

‘Ban CMCs’, Law Society chief tells whiplash debate

The Chief Executive of The Law Society has called for the outlawing of claims management companies (CMCs) at the latest round…

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…

Government take positive steps on road traffic accident prevention

Last week the government took positive steps in legislating to prevent road traffic accidents (RTA) when it handed the police…

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…

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…

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…

MPs to investigate whiplash impact on rising insurance premiums

The Commons Transport Select Committee (CTSC) announced last week the terms of reference for their inquiry into the impact whiplash…

Law Society chief says cost reductions mean an end for 100% compensation deals for clients

The Law Society chief executive Desmond Hudson has told members that in light of the changes to costs on the…

Britain’s most senior judge claims legal aid changes could cost government more

Lord Neurberger told the BBC yesterday that the consequences of the controversial legal aid cuts that are championed to be…

High Court condemns claimants to bleak future as they throw out judicial review

The High Court has finally condemned genuine victims of accidents to a bleak future by throwing out the judicial review.…

Grayling confirms what the personal injury sector all feared

The Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling has thrown the personal injury sector into disarray. He has confirmed that fixed recoverable costs…

Government hiding RTA Portal evidence according to Law Society

The Law Society has accused the government of hiding key information regarding the bases for the new personal injury fees…

Proposed fee for RTA Portal work is “Unrealistic” according to Civil Justice Council

The Civil Justice Council (CJC) are the latest to criticise the government’s proposals to slash costs for the RTA Portal work…

RTA Portal expansion date not decided

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) have stated that Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling has not yet decided on a date for…

Law Society calls for postponement of all civil justice reforms

The Law Society has called for the government to follow up the decision to halt the road traffic accident portal…

Legal firms prepare for job cuts as civil litigation reforms draw near

Nearly three quarters of personal injury firms are planning to cut their staff numbers due to the government’s civil litigation…

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