Personal Injury Lawyers in Scotland have been warned by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers not to simply follow the Jackson reforms. The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers warned that the differences in Scottish culture and social structure ought to be accounted for. It is reported that the Forum of Insurance Lawyers agrees that a radical revision of the rules in Scotland is not necessary.
The second part of the legal aid bill that changes the rules on no win no fee arrangements has had very little media coverage. It’s reported that the second part of the bill will effect a lot of ordinary people from claiming compensation from large corporations if it is passed.
Scotland’s leading employment and personal injury firm, and workers’ rights campaigners, Thompsons Solicitors, have said that the successful delivery of a Living Wage through public procurement policy depends on political will - not legality.
Milly Dowlers parents spoke out recently to warn that people of ordinary means will not be in a position to defend themselves if the Governments plans to reform the no win no fee agreement system go ahead.
Swimmer Rory Shirley, has his sights firmly set on Commonwealth and Olympic glory and with the sponsorship of Thompsons Solicitors he has the best chance to go all the way.
- TWO SCOTTISH TEAMS FINISH IN THE TOP THREE
Scotland’s award winning personal injury and employment firm, Thompsons Solicitors, are backing Scotland to go all the way and win this weekend’s Coalfield Regeneration Trust (CRT) Home Internationals in Wales.
The start of proceedings at the Penrose Inquiry was delayed today (Tuesday) while the Chairman Lord Penrose paid tribute to Frank Maguire, senior partner in Thompsons Solicitors, who died last week.Lord Penrose paid tribute to the part Frank played in campaigning for the inquiry which is into Hepatitis C and HIV infections from contaminated NHS blood supplies.
Scotland’s leading personal injury and employment law specialists, Thompsons Solicitors, have thrown their weight behind two major Midnight League events co-ordinated by the Coalfield Regeneration Trust and the SFA.
For most seasoned cyclists, the prospect of a 51 mile bike ride through the busy streets of Glasgow and Edinburgh would be a challenge, but Solicitor at Thompsons Solicitors, Roz Galloway is to take part in this weekend’s “Pedal for Scotland” only 4 months after first learning how to ride a bike.