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New cap on personal injury could lead to more ‘litigant in person’ cases

Proposed Small Claims Limit Increase Could Result in Poor ‘LiP’ Service In October last year, as part of his Autumn…

Vara Buries Head in the Sand over LASPO Review

In times of pressure and controversy a good Justice Minister should defiantly bury their head in the sand and hope…

Legal Aid Cuts Don’t Save Money

A report published by a group of MP’s has exposed Chris Grayling to further criticism, revealing that his legal aid…

LASPO Implemented Without Research Admits MoJ

A senior figure within the Ministry of Justice has admitted that the cuts to civil legal aid were brought in…

APIL lead attack on MoJ over plans to scrap mesothelioma recoverability fee exemption

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has led attacks on the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), as they revealed plans…

Justice secretary ignores pleas to delay legal aid cuts

The Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, has ignored the pleas of The Law Society and the Joint Committee on Human Rights…

Legal aid reforms are out of sync with prime minister’s SME pledge

It has been revealed that the legal aid reforms introduced this year are having an adverse effect on the Prime…

Road traffic accident claims drop after fee cuts introduced

The number of new road traffic accident claims (RTA claims) made in the first month, following the decision to introduce…

Ministry of Justice set to name and shame claims management companies online

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced that claims management companies (CMCs) that are currently under investigation will be named…

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…

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…

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