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We are thrilled to announce that we were ‘Highly Commended’ at the 2018 Legal Week Innovation Awards.
On Wednesday 9 May 2018, the German government approved a draft law permitting owners of diesel vehicles to join class action lawsuits in Germany.
The Civil Liability Bill has provided some clarity on whiplash reform, but uncertainty remains. The second reading provides the first opportunity for peers to debate the bill.
The Civil Liability Bill is a big stride in the right direction but there remains a lot to play for on the detail to ensure it achieves its aim, we have warned
With the increasing number of fundamental dishonesty authorities south of the border, there is no such luxury in Scotland. Grubb v Finlay , which is being appealed this week, was a unique case where the pursuer’s claimed damages of £500,000 were reduced to just over £7,000.
We are thrilled to announce that we have published a significantly updated edition of our guide to claims handling, which helps empower insurers, third party administrators, corporates and their claims teams to become less reliant on their lawyers.
The long awaited judgments in the cases of McBride v UKI and Clayton v EUI were handed down today, delivering the latest blow to the credit hire industry which is still feeling the effects of the seismic judgment in Stevens in February 2015.
Universal Credit - benefits reforms are good news for insurers
Head trauma and dementia
Case review 24/01/2018
The Supreme Court held that the English courts had no jurisdiction to hear the claim against the defendant as the claimant was unable to establish that there was a ‘good arguable case’.