It’s no surprise that the insurance industry is at the throat of injury lawyers, but insurers’ reticence to pay their legal bills could affect the innocent.
It has been suggested that the NHS could save millions of pounds if it simply apologised for making mistakes.
Karl Tonks, the president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, has promised to step up the fight for compensation for victims of accidents and industrial disease.
We keep hearing about a personal injury compensation culture in the UK and now the Ministry of Justice believes the new legal aid bill will rid the country of ambulance-chasing lawyers.
We’ve all heard stories about personal injury solicitors getting more money in fees than the person they represent receives in compensation, but this story really takes the biscuit.
The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers has welcomed the House of Lords’ decision to exempt industrial disease victims from the no win no fee proposals in the new Bill currently being debated in Parliament.
A Scottish secretary is claiming personal injury compensation from her employer, a firm of personal injury solicitors, after she fell down the office stairs and broke her wrist.
Another firm of personal injury solicitors has spoken out against the government’s plans to withdraw the right to Legal Aid for victims of medical negligence.
Lord Neuberger, the Master of the Rolls, has slammed the system that allows personal injury solicitors to charge fees of £74,000 when the compensation awarded to their client was less than £13,000.
NHS blunders are costing the UK taxpayer £15 billion in legal bills alone as a steep increase in no win no fee claims pushes costs up by 13%.
Britain is going to lose its dubious title of whiplash capital of Europe, and Justine Greening, the transport secretary says she is going to make it happen.
A firm of medical negligence solicitors, based in Oxford, has expressed its support for the House of Lords peers who do not want the government to stop medical negligence claimants receiving legal aid.