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Soft tissue injury victims to be severely hampered by new reforms

Motorists who suffer soft tissue injuries in road traffic accidents will be hit by new government reform that will severely hamper…

European ruling to better protect claimants

A landmark piece of legislation has just been passed that could help protect legitimately injured claimants from not being able…

Motor insurers ‘reluctant’ to pass on whiplash savings

If the Government needed a big enough reason to draw a line over proposed whiplash reforms, there should be no…

MoJ announce ban on lawyer’s offering inducements

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced that they are to ban lawyers from offering inducements to potential clients in…

APIL call for quality over cost in whiplash consultation response

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has drawn out the battle lines over suggestions that the fees for medical…

ABI call for increased fee cut for whiplash medical reports

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has called for the government to increase the level of  cuts on fixed fees…

APIL hit back at insurer claims over record fraud

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) have lashed out at insurers over figures released by the Association of British…

ABI make ludicrous Mesothelioma Act claim

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has ludicrously claimed that the debate on the Mesothelioma Act, of which they themselves…

Senior Ministry of Justice official hints at personal injury inducements ban

The Head of Civil Litigation Funding and Costs for the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has hinted that the government may…

ABI reaffirms its support for small claims limit increase

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has urged the government to increase the small claims limit from £1,000-£5,000 once more…

Legally qualified Lord Chancellor would NOT have put reforms in place says new APIL president

The new president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), John Spencer, has argued that had the Lord Chancellor…

Scrap compensation for whiplash entirely says insurers

Insurers finally laid their cards out on the table for all to see yesterday, as they insisted that compensation for…

ABI introduce new third party capture code

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has revealed its new code of conduct for their members on dealing with victims…

“Tariff Will Not Change” – ABI rejects suggestions over Mesothelioma Act

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has claimed that the levy on the Mesothelioma Act will decrease after 2015 rather…

Insurers back for more whiplash reform after premiums fall

The insurance industry has rediscovered their appetite for whiplash reform after revealing that the price of motor insurance premiums had…

Law Society slams fixed recoverable cost plans for mesothelioma claims

The Law Society has slammed ideas proposed by the ABI (Association of British Insurers) and the government to introduce fixed…

Ministry of Justice deny Justice Minister’s mesothelioma pledge to charities

The Ministry of Justice and in particular the Justice Minister, Helen Grant (pictured), have come under fire from charities supporting…

Law Society cleared over “Don’t Get Mugged” ad campaign

The Law Society has been cleared of any wrong doing by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) over its controversial “Don’t…

Law Society forced to defend ad campaign again after complaints to ASA

The Law Society has again forced to defend their “Don’t Get Mugged By An Insurer” advertising campaign after the Advertising…

Are the insurers reading the same report as everyone else?

It would appear that following the release of the Transport Select Committee’s whiplash inquiry report, the Association of British Insurers’…

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