Award-winning law firm Hill Dickinson delivers advice and strategic guidance spanning the full legal spectrum, from non-contentious advisory and transactional work to all forms of dispute resolution to businesses, organisations and individuals within a number of specialist market sectors.
As one of the largest and most diverse insurance practices in the UK, the firm provides a range of legal services to both the insurance market and those responsible for risk within large organisations. Working with clients in sectors including retail, manufacturing, transport, travel, leisure, public sector and aviation, the firm's focus is to help clients reduce claims costs whilst maintaining their brand reputation and customer focus through technical expertise.
The firm has more than 1,400 people, including 200 partners, operating from offices in Liverpool, Manchester, London, Chester, Sheffield, Piraeus and Singapore. For further details, visit www.hilldickinson.com.
With EU data protection legislation likely to impact insurers’ anti-fraud measures, key figures from the sector discuss whether the reforms represent a critical blow to their efforts or just a bump in the road. Download this article for analysis of Hill Dickinson's roundtable discussion.
The incoming Insurance Bill changes the duty of disclosure by an insured to one of fair presentation. What does this mean for insurers? Download Hill Dickinson's article to find out.
Post, in association with Hill Dickinson, brought together specialists from the legal, insurance and health and safety sectors to discuss whether, a year after implementation, the LASPO reforms can be deemed a success or a failure. Download this article for analysis of the roundtable discussion.
How are recent changes to the legal landscape and calls for a more collaborative approach impacting the insurance industry’s fight against fraud? At a Post roundtable last month, in association with Hill Dickinson, members of the insurance and legal sectors discussed the industry’s efforts.
In the run-up to what is likely to be many firms’ last October renewal, Ruth Lawrence discusses the current solicitors’ professional indemnity market and asks, what will happen in the future? Topics covered include the abolishment of the ARP, 2012 renewals and unrated insurers.
In this issue of Insurance leaders Amanda Blanc, CEO of Commercial Lines of AXA, shares her views on professionalism. The issue also assesses the implementation of the Jackson reforms and takes a look at Lloyd’s ‘Cognition – minding risks’ report, which examines underwriters' decision making.
The changes in the legal landscape resulting from the implementation of the Jackson reforms have not, as yet, seen the manner in which litigation is conducted change fundamentally. What has changed is the attitude to litigation. This article studies the implications for insurers.
Implemented as part of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, how have the Jackson reforms affected the industry so far – and what will their impact be in the future? Featuring input from industry specialists, this roundtable summary discusses the impact of the reforms.
When the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) reforms went live in April 2010, Hill Dickinson Motor Claims Solutions created a bespoke tracker to chart the progress of claims through the portal. This paper considers what we have learnt and what will happen next in light of the impending civil justice reforms.
New measures aimed at implementing the biggest civil litigation shake-up since the Woolf Reforms introduced the Civil Procedure Rules took effect on 1 April 2013. This paper studies the impact of civil justice reforms. Topics covered: technicalities overview; EL, PL & RTA claims portal overview.