Here we go again: every time new reports come out about how local authorities have been paying out on accident claims the compensation culture pundits come out.
So you’ve heard it all before: personal injury lawyers get blamed for the UK’s compensation culture, but news this week revealed it’s not just limited to home.
Personal injury lawyers are constantly defending themselves from an unending barrage of accusations of fomenting a ‘compensation culture’ against claimants.
For anyone out there who’s pointed the finger at personal injury solicitors for being involved in fraud new evidence proves it’s claimants that may be to blame.
If there’s one thing that you know if you work in the personal injury compensation industry, it’s that injury claims can sometimes take forever to resolve.
If there’s any industry that loves to shift blame away from them and on to personal injury solicitors, it’s the insurance market – and they’re at it again.
It seems that the number of accident prone Brits seems to be reaching new highs, and the nation’s personal injury lawyers are working overtime as a result.
The New Year is upon us, and there are many local authorities that are breathing a sigh of relief based on how many personal injury claims they faced this year!
The bogeyman of ‘compensation culture’ has raised its nasty head once more, putting personal injury lawyers in the crosshairs yet again.
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!
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.