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Home Truths from the Transport Select Committee

With all the procedural changes to personal injury law, it's been a difficult time for lawyers dealing with this field of work. Indeed many have been made redundant as law firms scramble to keep pace with the rate of reforms and like nervous soothsayers guess what it all might mean for the future of their businesses. The cascade of suggested further reforms follow on from the enactment of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 and have been put forward by both government…See More
Aug 18, 2013
Adam Manning posted a blog post

Home Truths from the Transport Select Committee

With all the procedural changes to personal injury law, it's been a difficult time for lawyers dealing with this field of work. Indeed many have been made redundant as law firms scramble to keep pace with the rate of reforms and like nervous soothsayers guess what it all might mean for the future of their businesses. The cascade of suggested further reforms follow on from the enactment of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 and have been put forward by both government…See More
Aug 17, 2013
A blog post by Adam Manning was featured

The new portal fees - the warm up to increasing the small claims limit?

For a long time there has been a lot of discussion about the personal injury limit for the small claims track, currently set at £1,000, being increased to £5,000. This is a point of great importance to many personal injury claimant lawyers as the majority of claims, particularly RTAs, involve general damages of less than £5,000. Indeed in RTAs figures are sometimes quoted of 85% of all claims falling into this bracket.If the small claims limit for general damages were raised to £5,000, how…See More
Nov 26, 2012
Adam Manning posted a blog post

The new portal fees - the warm up to increasing the small claims limit?

For a long time there has been a lot of discussion about the personal injury limit for the small claims track, currently set at £1,000, being increased to £5,000. This is a point of great importance to many personal injury claimant lawyers as the majority of claims, particularly RTAs, involve general damages of less than £5,000. Indeed in RTAs figures are sometimes quoted of 85% of all claims falling into this bracket.If the small claims limit for general damages were raised to £5,000, how…See More
Nov 25, 2012
Imran Salim commented on Adam Manning's blog post Government Attack on Justice
"The attack on access to justice continues apace with Ken Clarke's comments on increasing the small claims limit and extending the financial limit of the RTA portal, as well as applying it to non-RTA claims. "
Feb 10, 2012
Adam Manning posted a status
"Have added a company profile for my company on linkedin : http://www.linkedin.com/company/2477884?trk=tyah"
Feb 7, 2012
Adam Manning posted a blog post

Government Attack on Justice

If you have a compensation claim you might have hired a lawyer who, if they are any good, will be fighting with all their skill, experience and passion to get you as much money and medical treatment as they can after you have been injured. In some cases, particularly involving serious injuries, your case maybe of great importance to you and your future, especially if you have a family to provide for.  Proposed changes by the government to the compensation system will attack the rights of…See More
Feb 4, 2012
Adam Manning posted a status
"Working on my company's twitter account.. for some reason twitpic has posted my images in reversi-video!"
Feb 4, 2012
Adam Manning is now a member of Defero Law
Jan 19, 2012

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Law Firm or Company Name
Andrew & Andrew LLP
Job Title
Solicitor
Type of Member
Lawyer
Area(s) of Practice
Personal Injury
Website
http://a2law.co.uk
Twitter Page
http://a2law
Address
North End
Portsmouth

Adam Manning's Blog

Home Truths from the Transport Select Committee

Posted on August 17, 2013 at 10:30 0 Comments

With all the procedural changes to personal injury law, it's been a difficult time for lawyers dealing with this field of work. Indeed many have been made redundant as law firms scramble to keep pace with the rate of reforms and like nervous soothsayers guess what it all might mean for the future of their businesses. The cascade of suggested further reforms follow on from the enactment of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 and have been put forward by both…

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The new portal fees - the warm up to increasing the small claims limit?

Posted on November 25, 2012 at 21:00 0 Comments

For a long time there has been a lot of discussion about the personal injury limit for the small claims track, currently set at £1,000, being increased to £5,000. This is a point of great importance to many personal injury claimant lawyers as the majority of claims, particularly RTAs, involve general damages of less than £5,000. Indeed in RTAs figures are sometimes quoted of 85% of all claims falling into this bracket.

If the small claims limit for general damages were raised to…

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Government Attack on Justice

Posted on February 4, 2012 at 15:41 1 Comment

If you have a compensation claim you might have hired a lawyer who, if they are any good, will be fighting with all their skill, experience and passion to get you as much money and medical treatment as they can after you have been injured. In some cases, particularly involving serious injuries, your case maybe of great importance to you and your future, especially if you have a family to provide for.  Proposed changes by the government to the compensation system will attack the rights of…

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