Road traffic

An open letter to the Lord Chancellor and the Ministry of Justice

The government’s whiplash reform package will fail and this is why

APIL: ‘Shameless’ insurers can’t sink much lower

War of words heats up between lawyers and ABI ahead of discount rate review

MoJ accused of using RTA data ‘selectively’

MASS criticises ministry for ignoring evidence to suit its policy agenda

Whiplash reforms: CMCs have 'hijacked' the provision of legal services

PI business is ‘disreputable, intrusive, and a matter of embarrassment,’ says solicitor

FOIL backs review of motor insurance law

Department for Transport wants compulsory insurance cover where a vehicle is ‘used in traffic’

Proving fraud

Fundamental dishonesty, tort of deceit, and contempt of court: the tools available to insurers to fight fraudulent claims, says Roger Cooper

Broken promises

The MoJ’s whiplash reforms are legislation by headlines but they may offer an opportunity for law firms, writes Jean-Yves Gilg