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Ministry of Justice causes panic over claims management company investigations

Not content on causing enough damage to sink an entire industry already, the Ministry of Justice’s (MoJ) latest tactic to…

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…

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…

AXA propaganda proposals for whiplash reform dismissed by MASS

Last week seemed to be the week for propaganda, as AXA followed the Health Secretary’s lead of using out of…

New rules on CMC services to give customers better protection

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has unveiled new rules that are designed to offer customers who use the services of…

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…

Government set to miss target for CMC complaints handling switch

It has been revealed that the government are almost certain to miss its target in relation to the switch-over for…

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…

BBC Watchdog exposes insurers’ aggressive tactics to escape payouts

Insurers took another hammering on national television last week, this time from the BBC, over their conduct when it comes…

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…

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…

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…

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…

Straw calls for government proposals to increase small claims limit to apply for all personal injury claims

Jack Straw has stoked the coals in the favour of insurers in the debate over the present government’s proposals to…

RTA Portal expansion date not decided

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) have stated that Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling has not yet decided on a date for…

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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