The Ministry of Justice’s newest decision not to raise the limit for personal injury claims has met with quite mixed responses from the legal industry.
I’m so tired of hearing how personal injury solicitors go around looking for spurious accident claims to pursue – especially when there are so many scammers!
Local authorities are being slammed left and right with personal injury compensation bids thanks to the sorry state of British pavements.
Whether it’s a local authority or it’s the NHS, it’s been bad news for taxpayers as millions of pounds flow out to pay for countless personal injury claims.
Either personal injury lawyers are getting better or medical staff are getting worse, because medical negligence claims are going through the roof.
It seems like the world of personal injury has gone mad recently – especially when it comes down to road traffic accident news this week!
Even in a climate of intense scrutiny and outright hostility, personal injury solicitors are valiantly standing their ground against their detractors.
Personal injury solicitors aren’t the only ones that work overtime – both fraudsters and junior doctors have been burning the midnight oil this week!
Local authorities have been facing withering fire lately from personal injury solicitors looking to represent the interests of their hurt clients.
There’s all sorts of changes happening in the personal injury compensation claims industry at the moment, but are any of these new changes actually beneficial?
Oh happy day: new figures have just been revealed this week that the number of claims management companies has gone down by a massive margin since the reforms.
This week, the debate may be raging on over who’s to blame for the so-called ‘compensation culture’ in the UK but there are still plenty of valid claims.