- Wednesday, 7 October 2015
The Department of Health (DoH) will face legal challenges if fixed fees for medical negligence cases are set at too low a level, the chair of the Society of Clinical Injury Lawyers, has predicted. Stephen Webber also predicted that specialist lawyers would leave the market.
Tags: Department of Health, fixed fees, medical negligence
Posted in General, News
- Thursday, 27 August 2015
The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers has said it can “see the rationale” for fixing medical negligence fees for claimants in cases worth up to £25,000, where the NHS Litigation Authority admitted liability.
Tags: Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, Department of Health, medical negligence
Posted in MoJ claims process, News
- Tuesday, 21 July 2015
Global insurance broker Lockton has held talks with 17 NHS Trusts interested in insuring themselves privately and leaving the NHS Litigation Authority (NHSLA), it has emerged. The NHSLA responded by warning that this could result in funds being diverted to “insurer profits”.
Tags: Department of Health, medical negligence, NHSLA
Posted in News