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Labour MPs take firm stance against personal injury reform plans

The Autumn Statement placed the whiplash reforms and upping of the small claims limit to £5,000 back on the agenda…

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…

Scott Rees & Co Partner Outlines Alternatives to Whiplash Proposals

Two weeks ago the Lord Chancellor, George Osborne, delivered the Government’s Autumn Statement and drove a huge stake thought the…

Government Propose Small Claims Limit Increase

So the surprise Autumn statement from the Government arrived to bring some Christmas joy for everyone, unless you are unlucky…

Senior Ministry of Justice official hints at personal injury inducements ban

The Head of Civil Litigation Funding and Costs for the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has hinted that the government may…

ABI reaffirms its support for small claims limit increase

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has urged the government to increase the small claims limit from £1,000-£5,000 once more…

UK victims face financial & emotional hardship according to NAH report

A new report released by National Accident Helpline (NAH) in the last month has revealed that victims of personal injury…

Insurance premiums cut to a five year low

Car insurance premiums have dropped to a five year low according to the latest price index from confused.com. The research,…

Medical panels to be created for whiplash claims MoJ confirms

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced that they are to begin the process of forming medical panels to assess…

MASS warns against small claims limit increase after Competition Commission revelations

The Motor Accident Solicitors Society (MASS) has once again warned the government not to increase the small claims limit after…

The Transport Select Committee launches fresh whiplash inquiry

The Transport Select Committee (TSC) has launched a fresh whiplash inquiry amid criticisms of the government for ignoring their previous…

APIL relieved with small claims limit decision

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has expressed their relief with the government’s decision not to increase the small…

No change to small claims limit, but for how long?

The news that the personal injury industry was hoping and waiting for was announced yesterday as Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling…

Don’t let whiplash announcement be delayed by reshuffle

Lawyers are urging the government not to let Helen Grant’s removal from the role of Justice Minister affect the upcoming…

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’…

Government accused of brainwashing over ‘compensation culture’

The government has been accused of ‘brainwashing’ the public into believing that there is a compensation culture amid the extension…

Personal injury small claims limit increase opposed by Transport Select Committee

The Transport Select Committee has warned the government against increasing the small claims limit for personal injury and warned the…

Insurers want whiplash claimant damages reduced

You would have thought after all the campaigning and success in convincing the government to slash legal fees, that the…

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…

Insurers bid to increase small claims limit

Just over a month ago, the 25th April to be exact, the government released figures as forced by the Freedom…

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