Doubts about case for PI reform

Justice committee has doubts about case for PI reform

Justice committee has doubts about case for PI reform A member of the House of Commons Justice Committee has revealed that the...…

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Discount Rate

ABI says that increase in inflation requires a “more sensible” Discount Rate

ABI says that increase in inflation requires a “more sensible” Discount Rate 0 BY MAREK HANDZEL ON MARCH 26, 2017 INJURY, INSURANCE,...…

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Menstrual cycle recreated 'in a dish'

This research could prove very helpful in relation to the causes of  infertility and early miscarriage.

US scientists say they have made a mini working replica of the female reproductive tract using human and mouse tissue. Although the...…

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Bowel cancer tool to boost diagnosis in under-50s

Anything that can help diagnose this terrible disease must be a good thing; early diagnosis is key to better outcomes.

GPs have been given access to a new risk assessment tool to help diagnose young people at risk of bowel cancer. Experts say people under...…

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PI Reform

Genuine Claimant's will continue to lose out due to the fraudulent minority and the government desire to boost the insurance industry...

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NHS targets suncream prescriptions for cuts

Do you take any of the drugs on this list? What do you think about proposals to cut back on these being prescribed? 

A list of 10 products has been drawn up by NHS Clinical Commissioners. A number of them are available over-the-counter at a lower price...…

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Discount Rate

The discount rate fallout is set to continue, says Michael Mylonas QC

If the mooted £1bn bill arising out of the new discount rate was not enough, it is obvious that the courts will now have to revisit...…

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Holiday Claims

SRA investigates referral fees in holiday sickness claims

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has contacted over a dozen law firms and demanded that they prove that they are not paying...…

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Busting some litigation funding myths

Maurice Power examines some common misconceptions about litigation funding - most claimants need to get a better understanding on funding.

Litigation funding is a fast-growing sector. Investors are placing more funds into the market, new providers are emerging and the...…

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Claims manager who owes MoJ £560k banned

Claims manager who owes MoJ £560k banned from running a company

Claims manager who owes MoJ £560k banned from running a company By John Hyde15 March 2017 2 Comments Save Article Regulators have said...…

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Whiplash reforms

MPs prepare to debate whiplash reforms

MPs have been warned by APIL that Government proposals to introduce a tariff for whiplash damages will result in under-compensation.   ...…

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PI Work

We consider all genuine Personal Injury Claims (just within reason!).....

Fairer compensation

Fairer compensation for seriously injured given green light

A change to the way compensation payments are calculated for people who have suffered very serious injury was today welcomed by the Law...…

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New drug for one in five breast cancers

This research surely offers a lot of hope for the future.

Biological therapies can help fight breast cancers caused by rare, inherited genetic errors like the BRCA one actress Angelina Jolie...…

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Paralysis inspires MS discovery

Hopefully this research can help develop treatments in other areas too.

"I had a dead leg one Sunday morning and it progressed to full paralysis within two hours," says Dr Denise Fitzgerald, from Queen's...…

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Discount rate

High drama as row erupts over new discount rate

APIL has spent much of this week rebutting howls of protest from a vociferous insurance lobby following a positive result for injured...…

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Forget your GP, robots will 'soon be able to diagnose more accurately than almost any doctor'

Interesting concept, who knows, it might work, it can't be much worse than the current scheme where call operators just read from a script.

Robots will soon be able to diagnose patients “more accurately and faster” than almost any doctor, says the man behind a controversial...…

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Government ignored concerns.....

Government ignored concerns of Transport Select Committee on whiplash reforms. 

The Government pressed ahead with its reforms to RTA-related soft tissue injury claims despite the Transport Select Committee harbouring...…

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Legal expenses insurers

Legal expenses insurers will pick up PI baton once MoJ’s whiplash reforms are introduced, says DAS

Legal expenses insurer DAS has predicted that there will be an increase in demand for motor legal expenses insurance (MLEI) as a result...…

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Artificial 'embryos' created in the laberest rate

This is really encouraging research that could help avoid miscarriages in future, as well as assist with fertility treatments.

Scientists have created "artificial embryos" using stem cells from mice, in what they believe is a world first. The University of...…

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Small claims limit increase

Claimant lawyers incredulous as Government says it will increase the small claims limit to £5,000 for whiplash claims. 

The Government has confirmed that it will increase the small claims limit to £5,000 for whiplash claims and create a new threshold of...…

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