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Jimmy Savile personal injury claimants tops 160, Courts hears

November 19, 2014

London Appeal Court judges have begun analysing legal arguments over a compensation scheme set up for victims of Jimmy Savile, who died in October 2011 aged 84. The Court of Appeal was told by trustees of one charity, which is a major beneficiary of Savile’s estate, that compensation claims had to be scrutinised. Explaining that […]

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The facts about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

December 12, 2013

As figures emerge which suggest that one in five veterans suffer from the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, it also appears that there are a number of myths and misnomers which surround the condition. Not only do these myths make it difficult for those suffering with PTSD to cope with their everyday lives, but […]

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Personal Injury firms need to change their ways to survive

December 12, 2013

The Jackson Reforms 2013 are so-called for Lord Justice Jackson who was tasked with preparing a report in which he reviewed the costs of civil litigation and assessed how they affected access to justice. These changes came into force in April 2013, and have seen major changes to the way in which litigation cases, such […]

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Portal extension could mean more expense for clients

August 27, 2013

The extension of the personal injury portal has implied that clients may have to pay more for good service following the latest update. Public liability and personal injury cases worth up to £25,000 will now fall into the portal for the first time. Claimant Solicitors with cases worth up to £10,000 will be able to […]

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