Personal injury

Trusssep

Six weeks to plead on PI discount rate

3 April 2017By

Lord chancellor offered comfort to claimant lawyers by saying victims should be paid damages that compensate them ‘fully’.

Relief for claimant solicitors as Supreme Court backs assignment of CFAs

29 March 2017By

Ruling upholds recoverability of success fees and premiums in agreements made before Jackson reforms.

Asons Solicitors, Bolton

ABS emerges as Bolton firm Asons' new owner

27 March 2017By

Banks Solicitors, specialising in PI, wills and probate, will trade under the name Coops Law.

High Court

Claimant cancels Part 36 offer to take advantage of new PI discount rate

22 March 2017By

Court permits withdrawal in what is potentially the first of many disputes around the application of the new PI settlement calculation.

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Rachel rothwelluse

Should hospital receptionists owe a duty to patients?

3 April 2017By

Court of Appeal grapples with potentially far-reaching issue.

John hyde

Sprawling Prisons and Courts Bill is an indigestible mess

21 March 2017By

No wonder MPs can’t properly scrutinise this key bill – there’s just too much to take in.

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