12 May 2014
Undersettlement claims will soon be rife in personal injury.
2 May 2014
Personal injury lawyers are great at telling themselves how worthy they are – now for the outside world.
14 April 2014
Could arbitration really be used in personal injury, or is this more of a message to the judges?
Why can’t insurance premiums be fixed, and at a level which removes the insurers’ vast marketing budget?
7 April 2014
We operate very differently to traditional claims management companies and work with a collective of solicitors.
18 March 2014
The coalition trumpets its admiration of our armed forces – but would take away their human rights.
17 March 2014
The law on claims for psychiatric injury is outdated, arbitrary and harsh.
11 March 2014
It’s disingenuous for insurers to contend that they’re helping people – the sole aim of ‘third-party assistance’ is to buy off claims.
10 March 2014
Client incentives damage the profession – but advertising is essential.
27 February 2014
LASPO was supposed to end the compensation culture – if anything it’s made it worse.
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