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.
Bott and Co secured another victory for passenger rights in the ongoing battle to make airlines accountable for flight delays and to pay the compensation due to delayed travellers.
£17.6million court case stands to benefit 54,000 delayed passengers in the UK
Victory for delayed passengers as European Court of Justice rules that ‘a technical problem’ is NOT an extraordinary circumstance.
District Judge says if airlines won’t pay for relief staff at airports, ‘they must also build into their thinking the risk that they may have to pay passengers compensation.’
Impecuniosity – a term which is rarely used in day to day language but provides so much importance in credit hire claims.
Thousands More Passengers Eligible To Claim Flight Compensation Following Easyjet Ruling
You might think it is a rather odd title to a serious article, but the title is also a genuine question. Just how many disabled people does it take to fill a plane?
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.
Following the general election in May 2010 the newly elected Conservative-led administration set out a number of radical reforms to Justice in Britain.
Managing partner David Bott responds to Aviva’s recently released Aviva Road to Reform document.
In the current climate for personal injury claims, specifically RTA, it appears Insurers are raising issues of fraud and Low Velocity Impact far more regularly than in previous years on claims which meet a certain criteria.
A new survey of APIL members suggests that over 50% of personal injury firms do not pay referral fees, but do spend an average of £500 to acquire cases.