Personal injury

Entrance to 113 Chancery Lane after 2016 refurbishment

Courts bill: whiplash plans will clog up courts to boost insurer profits, says Law Society

23 February 2017By Gazette newsdesk

Chancery Lane hotly disputes the government narrative underpinning the proposals.

Andrew twambley

Courts bill: claimants ‘extremely disappointed’ by PI reforms

23 February 2017By

Insurers tell lawyers to get off the ‘gravy train’ – but solicitors warn of dire consequences for victims.


Courts bill: MoJ confirms sweeping PI reforms for October 2018

23 February 2017By

Legislation to include whiplash tariffs and a ban on pre-medical offers.

Cliff morris

Bolton Council leader to be pressed again on Asons grant

22 February 2017By

Cllr Cliff Morris will be pressed over personal injury firm’s recent payment to AXA.

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Post-Brexit on the pistes: winter sports and EU law

14 February 2017By Chris Deacon

Accident victims may struggle to get recompense if access to joined-up European laws is lost when the UK leaves the EU.


Trade unions: come together

6 February 2017By

Trade unions are less influential than they were, but remain a critical conduit for justice

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John hyde

Will PI lawyers be grateful for small mercies?

23 February 2017By

Liz Truss has made the closure of some firms inevitable, but it could have been worse.

Joshua Rozenberg

Careless driving licence

20 February 2017By Joshua Rozenberg

No one in government remembers the last time a lord chancellor introduced something as short-sighted as these personal injury reforms.

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