All sides should be praised for working together on releasing claimant data – now they each have a new responsibility.
At the organisation's 25th anniversary conference in Newport, Wheeler, pictured, is set to single out the Criminal Justice and Courts Act for its 'one-sided, draconian treatment of claimants' who are considered to be 'fundamentally dishonest'.
Study finds strong public support for legal aid, as new charges of up to £1,200 for anyone convicted in magistrates and crown courts are introduced.
The government’s long-awaited scheme for independent whiplash diagnosis comes into force today, with some of the UK’s biggest commercial clinical services providers jostling to be at the front of the queue.
A claims management company supplying cases for personal injury solicitor firms has been fined £80,000 for making unwanted nuisance calls.
One of the biggest personal injury firms in the UK lost tens of millions of pounds in turnover during the first full year after the Jackson reforms.
A group of personal injury law firms has begun a legal challenge to the government’s plans for vetting whiplash claims.
Court fees will increase from next week after the House of Lords last night rubber-stamped the planned levy.
New figures have revealed that consumers continue to be bombarded with unsolicited phone calls relating to accident claims.
Insurers say there will be no let-up in the campaign for whiplash reform despite motor insurance premiums falling again.