jackson reforms

The Jackson reforms in a nutshell

by John Hirst May 2, 2013 Accident Claims

April 2013 was a month to forget for many lawyers due to arguably the most radical changes to the Civil Procedure Rules since 1998. In January 2010 Lord Justice Jackson published his “Review of Civil Litigation Costs: Final Report” which contained a number of recommendations to reform civil litigation both generally and in relation to […]

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Accident Compensation Referral Fees in the UK Legal System

by jimloxley September 7, 2012 Accident Claims Law

This contribution was made by Jim Loxley, a Director at accident compensation experts, My Compensation. – In the past 15 years or so in the UK, many accident compensation claimants have used claims specialists such as My Compensation to be put in touch with expert solicitors who you are particularly experienced in a given area […]

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How the Cowboy Claims Companies Sidestep the Rules

by jimloxley August 9, 2012 Accident Claims

Working in accident compensation claims these days does bring with it something of a stigma. The problem has happened as a result of the UK’s so called ‘compensation culture’ which has been contributed to significantly by a small handful of bad-apple claims companies creating more accident compensation claims than there might otherwise be. They operate […]

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