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Claims is a truly wide-ranging sector. From lawyers and rehabilitation practitioners to CMCs and credit hire partnerships, the professionals and business models fundamental to its workings are as diverse as they are dynamic. But the one thing they all have in common is a need to communicate with each other. That’s why Claims Magazine was launched, and that’s why today it plays a central role in the sector: it’s the best way to tell the claims world who you are and what you’re doing – and to keep up with everyone else too.
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APIL welcomes judicial review decision on how HMRC provides work histories for mesothelioma victims

April 15th, 2014

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has welcomed a judicial review decision which will mean a change to HMRC's policy on providing work histories to coroners.   The Government department will now have to provide a route through a coroner for some families to obtain a deceased member's work history, after[...]

Express Solicitors becomes an ABS

April 15th, 2014

Personal injury specialist law firm Express Solicitors has become an alternative business structure.   The firm, which currently has 148 employees including 13 partners and 47 earners, was granted an ABS license from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) on 1 April.   Managing partner James Maxey said that firm's new status would put it[...]

Simpson Millar bought by financial services business

April 15th, 2014

Simpson Millar has been bought by Fairpoint Group, a debt management solution provider.   The deal will see Simpson Millar continue to be run by its current management team, using its existing trading brand.   Peter Watson, managing partner at Simpson Millar said that takeover was excellent news for the firm and its clients.   “The[...]