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Claims is a truly wide-ranging sector. From lawyers and rehabilitation practitioners to CMCs and credit hire partnerships, the professionals and business models fundamental to its workings are as diverse as they are dynamic. But the one thing they all have in common is a need to communicate with each other. That’s why Claims Magazine was launched, and that’s why today it plays a central role in the sector: it’s the best way to tell the claims world who you are and what you’re doing – and to keep up with everyone else too.
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Three new names at BL Claims Solicitors

August 28th, 2014

BL Claims Solicitors, a division of the Blake Morgan Group, has announced the appointment of three new solicitors.   The firm, which specialises in clinical negligence, personal injury and travel claims, has welcomed David Healy as a partner and head of the personal injury team, Deborah Lewis as a solicitor, and Martin[...]

Australian PI firm looks to shine in the UK

August 28th, 2014

Shine Lawyers, an Australian personal injury firm, has declared that it is ready to enter the UK legal market.   The firm, which is listed on the Australian stock market, has told the Australian Stock Exchange that it is well placed to take advantage of the shifting UK market. The news comes[...]

Scrap office of Lord Chancellor if it is not reformed, says APIL

August 28th, 2014

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has warned that unless changes are made to the role of Lord Chancellor, then it should cease to exist.   In evidence presented to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution, which is holding an inquiry into the Office, APIL has said that[...]