So it’s official – referral fees are now a thing of the past when it comes to personal injury solicitor firms – and the legal industry has begun adapting.
Personal injury solicitors have been up in arms now that the Legal Aid bill has gone into effect, and there’s more than one Chicken Little running about.
It seems to me like there’s something akin to mass hysteria gripping the nation’s personal injury solicitor firms ahead of new regulatory changes.
It seems like personal injury solicitors have been having a field day recently with the number of accident claims being made left and right.
When it rains, it pours – and all that rain and snow and sleet have done a number on the nation’s roadways and pavements, leading to inevitable injuries.
If you know a personal injury lawyer, you probably know how many law firms are terrified of the new Legal Aid regulations going into effect from this April.
It seems the legal industry simply can’t win, as fears raise regarding how personal injury compensation claims are handled now and post-Legal Aid bill.
Now, personal injury solicitors get a bit of a bad reputation, but they put up with a lot – like the legal team for these men that lost the wrong testicle!
It’s been a bad week for the UK arm of a major motor vehicle manufacturer, as they faced prosecution and eventual fines for a personal injury at work.
According to personal injury solicitor experts familiar with the case, the parents of an injured toddler are seeking compensation on her behalf.u
Flintshire turns out to be one of the worst places to work, according to new research from the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers detailing work accidents.
One car mechanic from Cumbria suffered serious burns in an explosion at work, according to personal injury solicitor experts familiar with the case.