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Lawyers condemn ‘excessive’ personal injury reform

MoJ’s ‘blunt instrument’ proposals criticised as ‘a licence for fat cat insurers to print cash’

Football fans pay penalty as Horwich Farrelly strikes again

Insurance lawyers demonstrate claimants' fundamental dishonesty as personal injury debate continues

Will dashcams bring an end to road accident disputes?

In-car recording devices can help to resolve liability for an accident more quickly and make a significant difference to ensuring victims get the help they need, explains Claire Howard

What constitutes a novus actus interveniens?

Roger Cooper considers the question of unreasonable conduct on the part of a claimant so as to break the chain of causation in light of Sparrow v Andre

Brexit: UK citizens injured in Europe could lose legal protections

Claimants could see access to justice harmed further following government proposals

Kickboxer loses fight in fraudulent whiplash claim

Case should deter others contemplating insurance fraud, says insurance lawyer

Consultations: What are they good for?

John van der Luit-Drummond deliberates whether the government is making a disingenuous attempt to engage with claimant lawyers over reforms to PI