PI Futures: Where next for the market?

September 2016: PI Futures – Where next for the market?

The strong interest we receive from those in the PI market reflects what a difficult time it has been for claimant lawyers. At our fourth PI Futures conference delegates heard about the current position with the reform agenda, what to consider if you are thinking about leaving the market altogether and how to claim a greater share in the market looking to a positive future. For some there undoubtedly will be one.

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David Hertzell, Chair, Insurance Fraud Taskforce

Martin Coyne, Director, Access to Justice

Brett Dixon, Vice-President, Association of Personal Injury Lawyers

Stephen Webber, Chairman, Society of Clinical Injury Lawyers

Alistair Kinley, Director of Policy and Government Affairs, BLM

Ian Davies, Partner, Kennedys

Neil Hudgell, Managing Director, Hudgell Solicitors

Lesley Graves, Managing Director, Citadel Law

Richard Collins, Executive Director of Strategy & Planning, Solicitors Regulation Authority

Andy Cullwick, Head of Marketing, First4Lawyers

Duncan Watts, Industry Manager, Google

Jonathan Winchester, Chief Executive, Shoppers Anonymous UK

Roger Coleman, Partner and Integration Director, Simpson Millar

Karen Jackson, Chief Executive, Roberts Jackson

Patrick Allen, Senior Partner, Hodge Jones & Allen

James Maxey, Managing Partner, Express Solicitors


This is my fourth Legal Futures conference. I look forward to the fifth!

Delegate – September 2016

The personal injury market is unclear, but Legal Futures events certainly help make sense of it.

Delegate – September 2016

What a great line up of speakers. Keep up the good work Legal Futures!

Delegate – September 2016

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