Articles matching "personal injury"
Keeping claims in the MoJ Portal is an attractive proposition for insurers, one that can often deliver the best costs saving, whilst also delivering certainty of outcome. However, the recent Sunday…Read more
Andrew Cousins reviews the recent High Court decision in Purser v Hibbs & Anr (2015) which raises two interesting issues following a discovery of dishonest exaggeration through the use of…Read more
A number of civil reforms relevant to the handling of personal injury claims came into force on 6 April 2015 including amendments to the CPR Part 36 rules, the introduction of Medco for the…Read more
The DWP this morning released their annual statistics on numbers of new claims notified to the CRU over the last 12 months. It is informative to compare them to the monthly data released by the Portal…Read more
Gabriel Fay has recently succeeded in obtaining an order disapplying the rules on Qualified One Way Costs Shifting due to a finding of fundamental dishonesty at trial.Read more