Personal injury

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News focus: Damage limitation for clinical negligence

6 November 2017By

Claimant lawyers will cry foul, but politicians and civil servants are starting to talk about tort reform to stem the haemorrhaging of cash in clinical negligence actions.

National Accident Helpline sets up second ABS

13 October 2017By

Partnership with national law firm Lyons Davidson will go live in November.


UK's cash for crash capital is revealed

25 September 2017By

North of England and Midlands most prominent for fraud attempts according to insurance fraud investigators

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Nottingham county council

Personal injury: Foster carers and vicarious liability

30 October 2017By Malcolm Johnson

Supreme Court reverses decision of the Court of Appeal, deciding that a local authority could be vicariously liable for torts committed by foster carers against children in local authority care.

James bell

The NAO does not understand clinical negligence

5 October 2017By James Bell

Clinical negligence lawyers everywhere will have been disappointed - albeit not surprised - by the findings of a long-awaited NAO report.

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Brett dixon

Myths and misconceptions

16 October 2017By Brett Dixon

Public education is vital in protecting the right to redress for needless harm.

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