PI Futures 2018

September 2018: Where next for the personal injury market? 

PI Futures 2018 took place as the Civil Liability Bill was passing through Parliament, and delegates heard from those involved in putting the claimant case to politicians and discussed the impact on lawyers, claims companies, medical reporting organisations, funders and others involved in the industry. Other topics included challenges to deductions from damages, the continuing viability of the 100% success fee model for low-value claims, enduring questions about MedCo, and the impact of fixed fees and defendant tactics in relation to holiday sickness claims. The conference also featured a panel of market leaders discussing what firms should be doing to prepare for the future.

Audio recordings of the conference sessions and slides are available to purchase for £75 + vat. Please contact us for details.

Speakers:

Brett Dixon, President, Association of Personal Injury Lawyers


Matthew Maxwell Scott, Director, Access to Justice


Simon Stansfield, Chairman, Motor Accident Solicitors Society


Monica Savic-Jabrow, Director, Barrister Direct


Paul Edwards, Partner, Keoghs


Mark Carlisle, Director, Checkmylegalfees.com


Erica Bedford, Kings Chambers


Steve Cornforth, Founder, Steve Cornforth Consultancy


Martin Heskins, CEO, MedCo


Jon Scarsbrook, Partner, Irwin Mitchell


Mike Cutler, Managing Director, Premex Services


Garry Hunter, Head of Claims Management, Financial Conduct Authority


Andy Cullwick, Head of Marketing, First4Lawyers


Vidisha Joshi, Managing Partner, Hodge, Jones & Allen


Martyn Beauchamp, Chief Customer Officer, Slater & Gordon


Andrew Ritchie QC


David Bott, CEO, Bott & Co


Amanda Stevens, Hudgell Solicitors


Donald Fowler, Chief Executive, Examworks UK

Best personal injury conference of the year!

Delegate – September 2018

Great line up of speakers once again

Delegate – September 2018

Interesting mix of views from speakers and delegates

Delegate – September 2018

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