‘MyLegal’ – a package of legal services for businesses to offer to their employees
The Law Society has delivered a bold and new advertising campaign which focuses on the benefits to personal injury claimants in obtaining proper legal advice.
An eight-strong team from the Blaser Mills personal injury department joined the lord chief justice, master of the rolls, the Law Society president and the Olympic gold medallist Katherine Grainger to take part in the London Legal Walk in aid of the London Legal Support Trust.
The Mesothelioma Bill aims to create a payment scheme for people with the disease where no liable employer or insurer can be traced.
Blaser Mills welcomed news this week that a decision on whether to raise the small claims court limit for personal injury claims will not be made until the autumn. Any increase will in our opinion serve to reduce access to justice.
In an article by John Hyde (Law Society Gazette – 15.04.13) it is reported that a High Court Judge has told parties involved in some clinical negligence claims to ignore the Jackson reforms for at least six months!
New laws which came into affect on 1st April 2013 mean some big changes for personal injury claims and for the recovery of associated costs.
New laws which are to come into affect on 1st April 2013 will mean some big changes for personal injury claims and for the recovery of associated costs.
Proposals by one of the UK’s largest insurers to reform the system for making whiplash claims ignore the victim’s right to independent legal advice.
One of the UK’s largest insurers have recently said that by changing the system of whiplash claims, could mean motorists’ premiums are cut by an average of £60 per year.