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PI reforms to go ahead

The new Government has confirmed that it will press ahead with reform to low value personal injury (PI) cases.

Theresa May’s fragile administration has outlined its plans for PI reform in the Queen’s Speech. Changes to the PI claims sector will...…

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Judge slashes costs after CFA deemed unreasonable and unfair

The Senior Courts Costs Office of the High Court has thrown out a conditional fee agreement deemed to be unreasonable for the client.

In Vilvarajah v West London Law Ltd, Master Gordon-Saker said the £420 hourly rate of the law firm which drew up the agreement was more...…

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Whiplash reforms set to return in today's Queen Speech

The government is poised to announce fresh personal injury reforms in today’s Queen’s Speech, according to reports.

The BBC says the slimmed-down government wishlist will include a Civil Liability Bill to address the ‘compensation culture’ around...…

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APIL President calls for a whiplash prevention tactic

APIL president Brett Dixon urges insurers to support prevention of needless low-speed road traffic injuries ahead of Injury Prevention...

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