22 May 2024

APIL relaunches best practice guide on rehabilitation

An injured person’s recovery must be “the primary goal for all”, says APIL’s chief executive as the association relaunches its...

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20 May 2024

How employers can tackle poor mental health in the workplace

Keira Wallis, head of clinical operations at Healix.   With multiple generations working side by side in today’s workplace, business...

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3 May 2024

Personal injury lawyers concerned over access to court documents

APIL (the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) has voiced concerns over proposals to grant non-parties access to court documents in...

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1 May 2024

Mesothelioma vs. lung cancer: legal discrepancy raises concerns

On International Workers’ Memorial Day (28 April), industrial disease experts rallied for a crucial change to legislation to ensure all...

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26 April 2024

Woman ordered to pay £11,000 in legal costs

A personal assistant to ultra-high net worth families must pay over £11,000 in legal costs after she claimed twice for...

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19 April 2024

Jonathan Scarsbrook stresses need for 100% compensation in catastrophic injuries cases

Assumptions about how individuals with catastrophic injuries invest their compensation do not reflect reality and must change ahead of the...

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10 April 2024

CILEX criticises whiplash compensation as “derisory and unfair”

Whiplash compensation awarded for pain, suffering and loss of amenity (PSLA) is “derisory and unfair” and fails to fully compensate claimants,...

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4 April 2024

Fletchers firm shifts gears: motorcycle accident specialist joins the team

Experienced catastrophic and serious injury solicitor, Mary Lomas, who specialises in motorcycle accidents, has joined the bike team within Fletchers’...

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