Insurer Admiral has claimed victory in a whiplash case where its customer claimed there was no contact between the two vehicles. As a result, the claimant lost the protection of qualified one-way costs shifting.
Third-party funder Juridica has generated £52m from five cases that concluded in the first half of 2014, a 44% rise on the same period last year, its interim results have shown.
A Manchester personal injury firm has accused the Ministry of Justice of double standards for not using its own portal for low-value RTA claims where it is the defendant – but still expecting the claimant solicitors to work on portal fees.
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