Sir Leveson is on a crusade to improve efficiency in the criminal justice system. Today, another blistering keynote, this time on going digital.
The government is introducing the 2nd 8.75% cut to Legal Aid on July 1st. Meanwhile, Legal Aid’s CEO earned 12.5% more after Cut #1. Justice?
80% of Edinburgh’s residential roads have a 20mph speed limit. Pressure is on Glasgow to follow suit. Will it make a difference to RTA fatalities?
NHS Cancer Waiting Times continue to worsen. For most types, getting seen is taking longer after a GP referral, with targets missed all year!
Eight stars received unprecedented damages after suing Mirror Group for privacy breaches via sustained phone-hacking, raising the bar for compensation awards.
35 years on and the VW Golf is still setting precedents. This time, its autonomous braking system is helping to reduce injury claims by 45%.
Two examples of HM Forces rehabilitation following serious personal injury highlight Simon Weston’s call for more facilities at APIL Conference
A teenager tragically injured due to medical negligence has won the right to seek personal injury compensation from the NHS for his catastrophic injuries.
It’s been revealed that a massive £26 million was spent over the course of last year on personal injury compensation claims made by school teachers and staff.
The insurance industry through its recently formed Insurance Fraud Taskforce says it has grand plans to look at the personal injury claims fraud issue in depth.
Personal injury solicitors hare secured a major victory for sick holidaymakers, securing a reward of more than £350,000 in personal injury compensation.
Here we go again: apparently personal injury lawyers are to blame for so-called ‘compensation culture’ when it comes to increasing costs for them.