Injury lawyers fight the good fight, get ambushed by fraud

Personal injury lawyers are constantly defending themselves from an unending barrage of accusations of fomenting a ‘compensation culture’ against claimants.

Personal injury lawyers don’t commit fraud; claimants do.

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.

Personal injury lawyers have motor insurers running scared

If there’s one particular sector that loathes and abhors personal injury solicitors more than any other, it’s the motor insurance industry.

Time to put the ambulance chasing injury lawyer myth to rest

It’s finally happened: enough evidence has been unearthed that makes it nearly impossible to complain about ‘ambulance chasing’ personal injury solicitors.

Local councils pay out on more than just school injury

More information has come to light concerning the UK’s local councils and how they end up paying out on injury claims, and it goes further than school injuries.

Solicitors work overtime, win injured pupils thousands

Personal injury solicitors in Doncaster and North Yorkshire have been striking whilst the iron is hot, earning major accident claims for nearby injured pupils.

Industry bodies attempt to ward off criticism with new rules

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.

Injury lawyers blamed for high costs as a distraction?

So it’s not news that people always blame personal injury solicitors for high legal costs, but could it be that the newest row is just a distraction tactic?

Claimants victimised, but not by personal injury solicitors

Everyone always seems to think that personal injury lawyers prey upon the injured by convincing them to bring spurious claims, but often that’s not the case!

Poor maintenance and training driving injury claims up

The Government is always quick to blame ambulance chasing personal injury solicitors on raising claims figures, but it’s not always that cut and dry.