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Law Resources: Personal Injury
Publisher: Bodily Injury Claims Management Association
Supplements the Rehabilitation Code and is designed to give practical advice about providing rehabilitation to those who need it.
Online calculators designed to assist in the production of a Schedule of Damages in personal injury and clinical negligence cases.
Publisher: Ministry of Justice
Provides the swift, electronic exchange of all relevant claim information and related documentation, including medical records, between lawyers and insurers/compensators.
The Directory: Community Support and Advice
Charity supporting people injured by medical accidents.
The Directory: Courts and Tribunals
The cases we most commonly handle are disputes relating to: personal injury negligence breach of contract breach of a statutory duty breach of the Human Rights Act 1998 libel, slander and other torts non-payment of a debt and ‘enforcement orders’ which allow the court to ensure that a party complies with a judgment against them Many of these cases can also be heard by the Chancery Division. We also handle: applications to ‘enrol’ (register) deeds, including changing your name by deed poll registration of judgments obtained abroad so that they can be enforced in England and Wales election petitions to challenge the results of Parliamentary, European Parliamentary and local government elections applications for bail serving documents overseas and obtaining evidence for foreign courts registration and satisfaction of ‘bills of sale’ (legal agreements transferring title between a seller and a purchaser) ‘interpleader proceedings’ where a High Court Enforcement Officer is attempting to recover goods to settle a debt and a third party claims to be the owner of the goods All of these cases can only be heard by the Queen’s Bench Division. We maintain a list of group litigation orders (for managing cases where there are multiple claimants or defendants). We contain a number of specialist courts with their own individual areas of work: the Administrative Court the Admiralty Court the Commercial Court the Mercantile Court the Technology and Construction Court
The Directory: Courts and Tribunals: Tribunals
We are responsible for handling appeals by victims of violent crime where they disagree with a decision by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority about compensation.
The Directory: Law Associations: Barristers
Specialist bar association for barristers who practise in the field of personal injuries.
The Directory: Law Associations: International
Founded in 1996 and formally established as a charitable entity in 1998 by European lawyers to improve and promote co-operation and communication between European jurisdictions in the field of personal injury law.
The Directory: Law Associations: Law
Promoting all aspects of Medico-Legal knowledge.
Forum of pre-eminent personal injury and Medical Negligence Solicitors entitled to Practice in the UK.
The Directory: Law Associations: Lawyers
Independent, not for profit organisation providing accreditation to lawyers specialising in the area of personal injury law. This accreditation shows an APIL lawyer has achieved a specific standard. APIL campaigns for better laws to help people who are injured or become ill through no fault of their own.
Non-profit making organisation formed in 1991 in order to promote the efficient and expert provision of legal advice for those involved in road traffic accidents and to represent the interests of road accident victims.
The Directory: Regulators
We're a unit of the Ministry of Justice and we regulate the companies that offer a service for people hoping to claim compensation for personal injury, mis-sold financial products and services, employment and redundancy, criminal injury, industrial injury, housing disrepair
The Directory: Trade and Industry Organisations
Private company limited by guarantee for the purpose of entering into Agreements with the Government to compensate the victims of negligent uninsured and untraced motorists.