Claimants need ‘compassion’ in midst of reforms

Claimants need ‘compassion’ in midst of reforms Government reforms of personal injury litigation will have a lasting and detrimental impact on injured claimants, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) argued yesterday at an industry event. Speaking at insurance journal Post Magazine’s Claims Club event, APIL executive committee member Jonathan Wheeler explained that reforms in…

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The Whiplash Report

The Whiplash Report 2012 New evidence about whiplash claims was launched by Association of Personal Injury Lawyers in Parliament today. The Whiplash Report 2012 dispels common myths about whiplash claims with the aim of clearing the way for sensible debate about the issue, and was presented to MPs and peers at a parliamentary reception hosted…

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Should Accident Reporting Be Mandatory In Certain Industries?

  “Responsible companies should have no problem with mandatory accident reporting” Accident database would cut through “myths and misunderstandings” Affords you a wealth of information and ability to influence current legislation   The Current Reporting Situation All employers have a legal responsibility to look after the health and safety of employees and an aspect of…

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