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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…

SRA tell firms to ‘Innovate’ and ‘Diversify’ to survive.

Legal firms across the UK are being urged to innovate and diversify in order to survive the suffering legal market,…

Defendants predict personal injury claims return to pre-Jackson levels

A leading defendant firm has predicted that the personal injury claims will return to the levels that they were being…

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…

Jackson Reforms forcing claimant firms out of lower-value work says APIL

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has claimed that the Jackson Reforms, introduced last April, is forcing claimant firms…

Law Society claim Jackson reforms pose serious risk to justice

The Law Society has claimed that the Jackson Reforms pose a risk of injustice to clients and puts solicitors at…

The CJC to investigate what impact has the Jackson reforms had

The Civil Justice Council (CJC) will launch a full scale investigation into what they describe as the practical impact of…

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…

Legal Ombudsman suggests an end to ‘no win no fee’ policy

The Legal Ombudsman has suggested that the practice of offering people no win no fee for personal injury claim should…

MASS warn against rushing review of Jackson reform problems

MASS (Motor Accident Solicitors Society) has expressed worry that a review of the problems with the Jackson reforms could come…

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’…

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…

Businesses still breaching referral fee ban SRA confirms

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) confirmed last week that there are a significant number of businesses within the personal injury…

Labour hint at Jackson reforms unwind

The Shadow Justice Minister, Labour’s Andy Slaughter, has dropped a hint that, should his party be elected into power in…

Judiciary struggling to cope with the amount of ‘litigants in person’ already

Stand up and take note Chris Grayling. The legal aid cuts are creating panic for the judiciary and we are…

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…

Judicial review to be fast tracked in rolled up hearing

The government has announced that the judicial review launched by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and the Motor…

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…

Could insurers be planning to exploit Facebook to tailor their premiums?

As we move further into the technological age it is safe to say that the vast majority of people in…

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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