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.
The nature of claims has changed during the pandemic. This claims in-depth investigates how the focus has shifted, what Covid could mean for employers’ liability and what risks businesses are facing going forward.
This article looks a little deeper into the announcement in February 2021 by the Transport Secretary of the government’s “plan to scrap EU law, ensuring British drivers avoid £50 a year insurance hike” and discusses what this might mean in practice.
The Government announced the extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until 30 September 2021. However, the level of grant available to employers changed after 1 July 2021. This content highlights the changes and the implications for employers.
A huge number of people will be heading back to the workplace at some stage this summer. This blog highlights why flexibility is key for organisations as they navigate the new normal, the implications for employees and some of the HR issues that may arise.
The current furlough arrangement is set to come to an end on September 30. This article outlines how government support will taper over the summer months and why businesses need to keep meticulous and up to date records of furlough claims as well as any other business support funds.
As the vaccine programme accelerates and lockdown gradually starts to lift, many employers will be turning their attention to unfurloughing their workforce and/or encouraging their employees to return to the workplace. This article lays out the answers to the most common employer uncertainties.
This whitepaper will help guide brokers through the whiplash reforms, explore what they mean to the broker sector and inform brokers on how they can successfully navigate the pitfalls they present.
Given the logjam facing our court and tribunal system, the opportunity to mediate resolution to disputes without the cost and delay of court or tribunal proceedings promises huge dividends for all parties. This blog sheds light on the emergence of alternative dispute resolution.
If the Civil Liability Act took a long time to plan and pass, it seems to have taken even longer to get implemented. With the whiplash reforms implemented on May 31st, this blog briefly highlights some of the challenges presented.