Great uncertainty following the pandemic but silver-linings highlighted in clinical negligence roundtable
The impact that the pandemic has had on clinical negligence cases and after-the-event insurance was the subject of the latest in ARAG’s Talk with the Experts series. This blog provides a brief summary of ARAG’s recent roundtable discussion and some of the key points raised.
Many companies are facing tough decisions about staffing, facing contract disputes or dealing with interventions by regulators. This content highlights how legal expenses insurance cover can help SMEs and larger businesses mitigate the legal costs associated with legal disputes.
Many employers have turned their attention to unfurloughing their workforce and encouraging or requiring their employees to return to the workplace. This content highlights some of the factors to be considered from a legal standpoint.
Since we launched in 2006, ARAG has provided access to justice to hundreds of thousands of people who might not otherwise have been able to afford it. This blog reflects on developments over the past 15 years and ARAG’s growth in the legal expenses insurance market.
Employers must check that job applicants have the legal right to work in the UK before they start their employment. This content sheds light on the recent changes impacting right to work checks and what employers need to know.
Of the most common types of legal dispute encountered by consumers, the majority are specifically covered by ARAG’s Family Legal Solutions policy, while legal advice is available for any personal legal problem. This blog highlights the areas covered by ARAG’s Family Legal Solutions policy.
From November 11th, anyone who works at a care home in England that is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who is not medically exempt, cannot legally enter the premises until they have received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine. This blog highlights the legal ramifications.
This opinion piece looks at the recent whiplash reforms in the UK, the effect it has had on the volume of personal injury claims submitted to the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) and four points which motor retail brokers should keep in mind.
Despite the formal introduction of the Covid-19 Clinical Negligence Protocol and the tentative easing of restrictions over recent months, the transformation of the clinical negligence sector is far from complete. This blog highlights the challenging future of clinical negligence litigation.
As the Civil Liability Bill proceeded through parliament during 2018, its two separate parts appeared to be aimed at completely different parts of the personal injury claims sector. This content highlights the effect of the Civil Liability Act on higher value claims.