Give your reaction to the latest PI reforms

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25 November 2016


F4L_logo_simple_CMYKIn light of the government’s shock announcement to open the consultation into further personal injury reform – just weeks after the ABI was saying it had gone on the backburner – we at First4Lawyers halted our current state of the market confidence survey and have replaced it with a poll into the sector’s reaction to the consultation.

The survey will take no longer than five minutes to complete and all answers will be treated confidentially. We urge you to let us have your views and pass this on to others across your network so that we can collect as many reactions as possible and feed into the consultation.

We will publish the results before Christmas. You can take the survey here.



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