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Whiplash portal bosses want to know why LiPs aren’t using it


Whiplash portal bosses want to know why LiPs aren’t using it

Official Injury Claim creators want to look at ‘visibility’ of claims service intended to attract litigants in person.

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Landmark ‘secondary victims’ cases heading for Supreme Court


Landmark ‘secondary victims’ cases heading for Supreme Court

Liability for secondary victims in clinical negligence claims is likely to be considered by the Supreme Court after a Court of Appeal ruling.

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 ‘Self-interest’ of lawyers is blocking clin neg reform, MPs hear


‘Self-interest’ of lawyers is blocking clin neg reform, MPs hear

Former health secretary continues to argue for non-adversarial system as used elsewhere in the world.

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 Lawyer demands e-scooter reform as illegal rider makes injury claim


Lawyer demands e-scooter reform as illegal rider makes injury claim

Case should go some way to determining riders’ rights to compensation if they are injured on public roads.

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 Slater and Gordon records £19.5m pandemic loss


Slater and Gordon records £19.5m pandemic loss

National firm’s directors voice confidence that the business has a future after securing new financing.

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 Accident victim signed up to CFA within two minutes, transcript shows


Accident victim signed up to CFA within two minutes, transcript shows

National firm Slater and Gordon offers £4,000 refund to sister of late client as gesture of goodwill.

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 Court stops Irwin Mitchell claiming £95k costs ‘shortfall’ from client


Court stops Irwin Mitchell claiming £95k costs ‘shortfall’ from client

Judge says firm claimed for 'substantial amount of unreasonable time' on settled personal injury case.

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 PI firm flying high a decade ago forced into administration


PI firm flying high a decade ago forced into administration

Practice forced to close as remaining caseload is transferred and staff made redundant.

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 Represented claimants continue to dominate ‘user-friendly’ RTA portal


Represented claimants continue to dominate ‘user-friendly’ RTA portal

Vast majority of people using the service are represented by a law firm - and most are making mixed claims.

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