As we know, following most accidents where an injury is sustained, the injured party will be able (at least for the time being) to obtain some treatment through the NHS soon after an injury has been sustained. Unfortunately, there can
There have been many claims to hit the headlines in recent years for “financial mis-selling” but in the last week two articles caught our eye on perhaps the lesser known (or lesser spotted) variety of mis-selling in the financial industry.
The headline to this post is a little misleading as we find ourselves looking at the latest decision in the wonderful world of Credit Hire claims. This follows a recent decision in the case of EUI v Charles and others
As a well established After The Event insurance (ATE) broker, the core of our business over the years has been in the area of personal injury. In recent times and with the multitude of changes to this area, we have
Following on from the explosion in claims for mis-sold ‘PPI’ or ‘payment protection insurance’, the next potential area for complaint could well be the mis-selling of PCP (Personal Contract Purchases) and PCH (Personal Contract Hire) deals to people who couldn’t
We previously commented on this subject back in February (http://www.aftertheeventinsuranceblog.co.uk/qocs-apply-multiple-defendants/) but now the issue of the application of QOCS and claims against multiple Defendants has reached the Court of Appeal with the case of Cartwright v Venduct Engineering Ltd 
By now, almost everyone has become aware of the ever increasing range of financial mis-selling that has occurred over the last 10 to 20 years. Ranging from Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), Mis-sold mortgages, such as endowments or investments, these areas
This past week has seen a couple of major developments with the Government’s proposed Civil Liability Bill with it having its Second Reading in the Commons. Firstly, the government may be willing to make a concession that ‘vulnerable’ road users
Absolutely, 100%? As has been reported in Litigation Futures, the issue of the level of success fees being applied by PI law firms is once again in the spotlight. Master Gordon-Saker, recently speaking at a CJC seminar, called on the
I am sitting at my desk early this morning whilst reading the news on the case brought by Mr Goldscheider against the Royal Opera House (ROH) for damages for acoustic shock, a condition with symptoms including tinnitus, hyperacusis and dizziness.