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Great news! The JSC recommends £1,500 for small claims limit

A group of influential MPs on the Justice Select Committee have objected in very clear terms to the Government’s proposal…

Scott Rees & Co do not cold call people

We would like to inform you that there are scammers cold calling people and pretending to be us. If you…

Working group for medical negligence

The government has set up a new Civil Justice Council (CJC) working group to develop a better process for medical…

Victory for justice after woman is denied bereavement damages for not being married

Last year Jakki Smith (pictured) took the government to court after they denied her bereavement damages when her partner of…

British Cycling expose latest flaw in government proposals

British Cycling is calling for the government to exclude them from plans to restrict the recovery of legal costs. They claim…

Small claims limit increase set to deny millions access to justice

Proposed reforms to increase small claims limit and ban whiplash claims will see thousands of injury victims go without vital…

In Liz We Truss

Michael Gove is gone. Sacked for supporting the wrong side in the leadership race, the legal profession has been waiting…

Could an enforcement in anti-crash technology help reduce accident fatalities?

  How we can overcome road traffic accident injuries and fatalities is a problem that is being consistently researched. This…

Government Should Innovate to Win Whiplash Fraud Battle

Social media is all about innovation, a term that sadly seems lost on our Government. Facebook was developed as an innovation from…

‘Dodgy signs and traffic lights causing accidents’, report finds

Confusing road signs and faulty traffic lights have accounted for 120 road traffic accidents across Merseyside since 2010 According to…

Travelling to work ‘is work’- The European court rules

  EU law could mean you could be paid for your journey to work This month a new law has…

Speeding Visitors could lose their Licenses (Including us Brits Abroad)

Many accidents on the road in the UK and abroad are caused by speeding motorists, which is a fact that…

Government Increase Mesothelioma Act Payments to 100%

So common sense has finally prevailed and Mesothelioma victims who are forced to use the Mesothelioma Act in order to…

Time Running Out on Industrial Deafness Claim?

Over the past year, the ability to claim compensation for industrial deafness has finally been recognised. As a result more…

Delusional Government Suggest Court Fee Hike based on Claim Value

It is official; the Government has officially lost the plot when it comes to the claims process and in particular…

Government Go Big on Cycling Investment

The Government has announced that it will invest £214m towards helping people ‘get on their bikes’ in the UK. The…

Deafness Claims from Miners against Government Increase

Government figures have shown that the number of industrial deafness claims being made against them by miners has increased significantly.…

Discount Rate Decision Still No Closer to being Made

The Government are still no closer to make the crucial decision regarding the future of the discount rate. Two years…

Fundamental Dishonesty Clause Passes through Lords

The fundamental dishonesty clause, proposed by the government, has been passed through the House of Lords. Despite staunch opposition from…

Lawyers Begin High Court Fight with Government over Mesothelioma

The  High Court witnessed day one of the fight against the Government’s decision to force Mesothelioma victims to pay for…

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