Solicitors’ group also concerned about ‘significantly lower’ number of injured people making claims.
Minster Law buys book of 20,000 cases as it targets dominance of the PI market.
Judge dismisses appeal from insurer who said evidence was inadmissable.
NAHL posts a pre-tax profit but the short-term outlook is gloomy.
The government restates its pledge to consult on an overhaul of the system.
Londoner had taken legitimate claims and arranged for fraudulent claimants to be added as passengers.
Judge rejects that exaggeration was ‘conscious’ and upholds damages and costs award.
Judge also orders standard disclosure in major victory for lawyers trying to claw back costs.
Three years after legislation, survey finds continued anger over calls about personal injury claims.