We can help you to find a specialist injury lawyer if you are seeking compensation. In the debate in the House of Lords on 23 July 2014 the point was argued that the whole clause is in fact designed to do substantial injustice - in that a claimant with a legitimate claim has the entire case dismissed due to ‘fundamental dishonesty found in just one part of that claim. A further point raised highlighted just how unworkable the provision might be in practice. It is very likely that the provision will be invoked by defendant insurers in cases of catastrophic injury. Susan Brown, the new chairman of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, only last month warned that this rule could result in a ‘potential windfall for insurers. Section 58(5) of the Bill indicates that further regulations may be made to clarify when it will be deemed that benefits offered in relation to legal fees, disbursements and insurance to cover costs and expenses will constitute an inducement. Our expert personal injury lawyers can help you claim compensation arising from all types of accidents and occupational diseases , no matter how small or large. The effect of the amendment is that it will no longer be permitted to offer someone a benefit, whether directly or indirectly, which is likely to induce a client to make a personal injury or death claim, or even seek advice with a view to such a claim. Receive your FREE monthly newsletter including an essential practice note written by LexisNexis lawyers to assist you with current changes facing DR lawyers. We regularly pursue personal injury claims previously rejected by other solicitors, even those where time limits are about to expire. At Sintons, our specialist solicitors understand the life changing effects even a relatively minor personal injury can cause, resulting in lost income and considerable expense, not to mention the disruption to activities and tasks you would normally take for granted. That is why our team of personal injury experts specialise not only in recovering maximum levels of compensation , but also in obtaining rehabilitation and associated support, on a No Win No Fee basis. The no-fault approach to personal injury avoided delaying medical care until litigation settled who must pay and how much. Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, Sintons have been helping people across the UK for over 100 years and are recognised by independent publications such as the Legal 500 as experts in all fields of personal injury compensation. Before 1972, some injured people lacking cash for medical care might not get adequate treatment, and some attorneys would be unwilling to take on bodily injury cases where just a small award could be expected. We are also an accredited practice recognised for our expertise by the Law Society and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers We appreciate however that financial compensation is not always enough and work closely with voluntary organisations such as Headway and the Spinal Injuries Association to improve the quality of life of personal injury victims. All claims which Sintons pursue for personal injury compensation are on a No Win No Fee basis so there is no risk that you will end up out of pocket. Your solicitor will normally ask you to take out insurance to cover this situation. To make sure medical care was available to those injured in an automobile mishap, the Florida Legislature obligated auto insurers to offer no fault” personal injury protection (PIP) coverage capped at $10,000 per person. Damage to cars and other property was to be settled in the conventional way — between insurance company adjusters or sometimes through the courts. Despite only $10,000 being available for medical care, no limit applied to fees of attorneys who perched between the injured party and the insurance company. Their fees mount hourly and since a court will order the insurance company to pay them. But if you lose in litigation against the insurance company, neither you nor your attorney needs to pay the insurance company. This so called one-way fee” regime can vastly outweigh the medical costs that the insurance companies must cover. By 2010, Floridas no-fault personal injury protection degenerated into a powerful magnet for staged car crashes A team of criminals would pack themselves into a car and then crash into someone else.