The UK government announced its plans to introduce the “Whiplash Reforms” which are set to go live in April 2019. We look at what needs to be done to achieve the April 2019 deadline.
The government has decided that in order to reduce fraud and the perception of a compensation culture they will slash the amount of compensation that you, an innocent motorist is entitled to.
This year’s awards saw Bott and Co shortlisted in five categories and we managed to scoop Law Firm of the Year, Technology Initiative of the Year, and Specialist Legal Team of the Year and was highly commended for Employee of the Year and Employer of the Year.
On Thursday 17th November the Ministry of Justice published “Reforming the Soft Tissue Injury (“whiplash”) Claims Process. A consultation on arrangements concerning personal injury claims in England and Wales”.
New data from Bott and Co shows Egypt as the most common winter sun destination for holiday illness claims.
On June 15th, our Senior Partner David Bott, flew out to the small town of Bertren in Southwest France, where he will be taking part in a three day Pyrenean Cycle Challenge.
When Bott and Co was first set up on 22nd January 2001 by David Bott, Gary Froggatt and Paul Hinchliffe, the firm was a small personal injury company with just 23 members of staff.
Bott and Co Senior Partner David Bott to be guest speaker at Premex’s Expert Annual Conference 2015.
David Bott, Senior Partner of Bott and Co is this year taking part in La Marmotte – an annual, one-day cyclosportive event in France. The ride, which is considered as one of the hardest in Europe, covers 109 miles and 5,180m of ascent over four of the Tour de France’s notorious passes.
Impecuniosity – a term which is rarely used in day to day language but provides so much importance in credit hire claims.
The internet and social media has undoubtedly made the world a far smaller and more accessible place.
I can still remember the Civil Procedure Rules coming into force back in April 1999 and hearing those around me stating that this has been the biggest shake up the legal industry is likely to see.
Sir Rupert Jackson, a senior judge at the Court of Appeal, was asked by the Master of the Rolls, Sir Anthony Clarke to carry out a review into civil costs. The review commenced at the start of 2009 and was presented to the Lord Chancellor, Jack Straw in January 2010.