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Decision delay on small claims limit offers hope for personal injury lawyers

Justice Minister, Helen Grant has announced that the decision regarding whether or not the government will increase the small claims…

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 warns against attack on discount rate

The soon to be new president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), Matthew Stockwell has issued a warning…

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…

No April fools as personal injury reforms implemented

Due to the drastic nature of the personal injury reforms and the timing of their implementation on the April 1st,…

All eyes on the insurers according to former Justice Minister

The former Justice Minister, Jonathan Djanogly has warned insurers across the United Kingdom that the ‘eyes of government’ will be…

Sign petition to save the legal industry

Law firms from around the UK are lobbying in a last ditch attempt to save the legal industry by warning…

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.…

Personal injury – What to expect after the 1st April

I am sure by now if you are reading this you are aware that there are set to be a…

Personal injury lawyers crank up pressure on government over whiplash reforms

The government are feeling the full force of the personal injury sector over their proposals for whiplash reforms which if…

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.…

Government reject Labour appeal for 6 month delay to Civil Justice Reforms

The government have rejected Labour’s appeal to delay the Civil Justice Reforms. Labour appealed for the planned implementation date of…

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…

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…

PI claims limit could rise above £5000 – Grayling confirms

The Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling has confirmed that plans to raise the small claims limit for personal injury (PI) are…

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…

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