Personal injury

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.

Holiday illness

Referral fee probe over claims for holiday bugs

20 March 2017By

Concern that CMCs see cases as a partial saviour following whiplash reforms.


Two firms under investigation over potential MedCo rule breaches

16 March 2017By

Organisation urging medics with suspicions to report them to Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Cut compensation for injured to fill national insurance void, insurers urge chancellor

15 March 2017By

Association of British Insurers says another u-turn - on the discount rate - will help to chancellor balance the books after today’s retreat on national insurance contributions.

All News


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

All Features

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.

John hyde

Insurance lobby ensures new PI discount rate is doomed

1 March 2017By

Once again the government has rolled out the red carpet to insurers – but where is Liz Truss?

All Opinion


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