Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence

Turnover down at NAHL as PI work struggles to recover

24 July 2020

Personal injury inquiries are still little over half of expected volumes, according to listed legal business NAHL, which has seen revenues drop by 21% in the first six months of the year.

Work still at 50% of pre-Covid levels, says NAHL

25 June 2020

NAHL plc has seen a modest recovery since lockdown restrictions eased but personal injury and conveyancing work is still at 50% of pre-Covid levels.

Yorkshire firm calls Brian to scoop up whiplash claims

22 June 2020

Yorkshire law firm Heptonstalls has joined forces with Call Brian, an automated personal injury claims system, to offer other firms a way to continue making money after the whiplash reforms come into effect.

MoJ stalls on next wave of PI reform

11 June 2020

The Ministry of Justice continues to stall on when it will progress the next wave of personal injury reform, while defending the controversial decision to drop ADR from the new whiplash portal.

Ex-PI firm set to leave nearly £40m of debts unpaid

15 May 2020

The outlook for creditors of failed personal injury firm Roberts Jackson is bleak, with nearly £40m that it owes, more than half to its private equity backer, unlikely to be repaid.

Whiplash reforms delayed until April 2021

21 April 2020

The whiplash reforms have been delayed until April 2021 due to the coronavirus crisis, the Lord Chancellor announced today. This is the third time implementation has been postponed.

National Accident Helpline furloughs staff as enquiries fall

21 April 2020

NAHL – the listed company that owns National Accident Helpline – announced yesterday that it has furloughed a third of its staff amid a fall in personal injury enquiries.

Huge growth at PI ABS but Leeds office put on ice

6 April 2020

Staff numbers at personal injury law firm Bond Turner grew by 65% last year but the listed company that owns it has put the firm’s expansion to Leeds on hold during the coronavirus crisis.

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