The Supreme Court will address an important issue on the finality of settlements.
When the government is defendant in medical or military claims, it shouldn’t be involved in reducing them.
25 January 2016
Fresh curbs on claims by blameless accident victims will not lead to lower motor premiums. And there will be a much higher price to pay.
11 January 2016
The government’s PI ‘reform’ is a final nail in the coffin for the vulnerable victim left standing alone against insurance giants.
The media is seemingly ignorant of the grievous impact of George Osborne’s reforms on access to justice for PI victims.
The assignment of CFAs is a key battle for claimant firms.
Personal injury lawyers need to rethink their strategy to mitigate the impact of the change to the small-claims limit.
Those of us committed to operating openly and ethically should not be damaged too.
No prizes for guessing who the winners are.
30 November 2015
The implication is that these injuries are fictitious, whereas many lawyers know that they can frequently be very painful.
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