Nothing like a bit of criminal injury claims activity

Criminal activity and personal injury claims often go hand in hand, and in fact this week there’s no dearth of examples of this not so rare phenomenon.

CMC figures down, yet personal injury claims still prevalent

Nobody liked claims management companies, which is why they’re so glad there’s so few of them now – yet their exit has not stopped the injury claims train.

Don’t you ever blame lawyers on injury claims fraud again

The jury is no longer out: personal injury lawyers have no role in fraud when it comes to personal injury claims – that honour goes to idiotic claimants.

Insurers go to war with injury lawyers, show up unarmed

Sometimes you have to hand it to the insurance industry: they’re so keen to get one over on personal injury lawyers that they’ll go to war with them unarmed.

It’s the Government & injury lawyers versus car insurers

You might think it would have never happened, but it has: personal injury lawyers have joined forces with the Government to protest car insurance providers.

Personal injury lawyers try their best, but sometimes fail

The idea of ‘you win some, you lose some’ in personal injury claims is deadly serious, since so much is riding on the line; nevertheless lawyers sometimes fail.

Car insurance claims: expensive but needed for the injured

Personal injury solicitors may make a killing on legal fees when it comes to making successful car accident claims, but the payouts are huge for a reason.

Sometimes the personal injury compensation sector is bizarre

If there’s anything you can count on, it’s that sometimes things just go completely awry… and the personal injury compensation sector is no different.