24 October 2016
The health secretary’s rapid redress scheme is another exercise in trashing the value of lawyers.
Claimants can allow themselves a small celebration today.
If the government must do something, it’s looking in the wrong place.
5 September 2016
It is likely that whiplash claims have not dramatically fallen but instead been ‘reclassified’.
True value of pre-Jackson caseloads is difficult to work out.
18 July 2016
A ban on cold calls and texts could clean up the reputation of the PI sector.
11 July 2016
Expanding MedCo could seriously compromise the quality of medical expert evidence.
The SRA has used the fraud taskforce to push its agenda – and the government has let it.
Some worrying clues suggest the online portal’s remit may be widened.
Who needs to prove fraud when you can simply deem claims unnecessary?
Jackson LJ may have done something that will meet with approval.
Fears have been expressed about fixed fees but radical change could address flaws in the current regime.
Court of Appeal to rule on whether claimants should be allowed to keep RTA protocol costs.
The truth about income isn’t always pretty – but it’s got to be told.
A court ruling that has given claimants something to smile about? That’ll be the Dyson.
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.
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