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10% Not Very Uplifting for Claimants Survey Finds

A survey has revealed that the 10% uplift awarded on damages in personal injury claims is not enough to cover…

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…

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…

Top insurer supports TSC’s call for end to pre-medical whiplash offers

Leading insurance firm AXA have supported criticism made by the Transport Select Committee (TSC) over offers being made to whiplash…

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…

Ministry of Justice expect Transport Select Committee’s whiplash report before recess

The Justice Minister, Helen Grant, has revealed that the Ministry of Justice expect to receive the Transport Select Committee’s report…

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…

Small claims limit should be increased says ABI

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has backed government plans to increase the small claims limit from £1,000 to £5,000.…

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…

MPs protest over pace of cost reforms & lack of impact assessment

Five MPs have protested against the way the Ministry of Justice’s (MoJ) handling of the cost reforms, most notably the…

Lump sum damages could be next to go on MoJ’s list

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) are considering changing the way successful personal injury claimants are allowed to receive their damages…

Justice Minister announces QUOCs to apply to all personal injury cases

The Justice Minister, Jonathan Djanogly has announced that Qualified One Way Cost Shifting (QUOCS) will apply to all claimants and…

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