A personal injury claimant has been jailed for making a false claim against Hastings Direct.
When my toddler says ‘fox’, it sounds very rude. I mainly laugh at it but I’m also a bit scared that the next time she spots a fox in our local park, she will point at it, proudly shouting ‘F***! F****!’
Exclusive: Transport for London has paid £900,000 to settle seven personal injury claims from the Croydon train crash in December last year, with 69 claims outstanding.
Assistive technology can provide a cost-effective way of helping claimants with catastrophic injuries, explains Malcolm Henké, partner at Horwich Farrelly.
Personal injury claims management companies earned £2.8bn over the last 10 years, a government report has revealed.
Taxis working the Royal Albert Hall patch this week had their hands and seats full, chauffeuring well-dressed ladies and gentlemen to the prestigious British Insurance Awards
Last month, seven former employees of Autofocus were collectively given prison sentences of more than five years after being found guilty of doctoring hire rate evidence to defend insurers in court against credit hire companies in thousands of cases.
The government is looking to move away from the “outdated” Ogden discount rate mechanism, the City Minister has said.
Seven former employees of Autofocus have been collectively sentenced to over five years after being found guilty of doctoring hire rate evidence to defend insurers in court.
As Her Majesty the Queen delivered her all-important speech to open parliament, insurers had a lot to think about.
The government has put whiplash reform back on the agenda with a promise to tackle “rampant compensation culture” in the Queen’s Speech.
A negative discount rate can have negative consequences for claimants, writes Andrew Parker, head of strategic litigation at DAC Beachcroft.
Some are sounding the death knell of the personal injury reforms but Rob Townend, claims director at Aviva Insurance, explains why insurers must be alive to an increasingly aggressive claims management company industry.
The generosity and heroic nature of Londoners came to the fore this week, when after two recent terrorism attacks the city saw the worst fire in recent history. Firefighters were heralded for entering the 24-storey flaming building and the community came…
With some of the most congested roads in Europe and tailgating a major cause of low speed accidents in the UK, Brett Dixon, Association of Personal Injury Lawyers president, urges insurers to join his member in supporting Injury Prevention Day.
The board of Medco has removed Tier 1 status from four organisations and suspended two as part of its ongoing audit programme.
The UK wedding market is worth £10bn and growing exponentially, but the wedding insurance market is comparatively less fruitful
A no-win-no-fee law firm has unveiled a £1m rebrand and a move away from the “aggressive” advertising associated with the sector.
Claimant lawyers need to report dodgy peers to the Solicitors Regulation Authority, urges Andrew Twambley, spokesperson for Access to Justice, arguing current legislation is enough to tackle fraud.
Gallagher Bassett has acquired Strata Solicitors as the third-party administrator continues to bolster its size and offering in the United Kingdom.
Aviva detected £85 million of insurance fraud last year and recorded a 9.5% increase in the number of fraudulent claims.
Personal accident data has allegedly been hacked from a nationwide bodyshop firm and used by claimant solicitors to drum up business.
The company that owns Manchester Arena had previously carried out extensive incident response planning for the threat of a terrorist attack.
The reintroduction of whiplash reform if the Conservatives win the election could come with a reversal of the discount rate, the Association of Professional Injury Lawyers has warned.