Q&A with Ian Kay, Partner and Solicitor in our Personal Injury Department

Question: Which of your offices deal with personal injury and what areas of personal injury do you cover? Answer: Whilst our personal injury department is based in our Garston and Liverpool City Centre offices, we are able to take personal injury instructions from any of our other locations. Over the last four decades we have served the Read More …

Department of Transport Road Casualty Figures

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) have reported that for the first time since records began, the number of deaths per year on British roads has fallen below 2,000. They credit the reduction to a strong road safety strategy. The Department for Transport figures show 1,857 people died in road accidents during Read More …

Uninsured Motorists

The Government is presently running an advertising campaign to remind motorists that under a new law which comes into force in a month’s time, prosecutions can be brought against motorists for simply owning a vehicle without insurance, rather than at present, when prosecutions are brought only after uninsured drivers have been caught actually driving.  The Read More …

New Road Safety Framework Launched

The Department for Transport (DfT) launched their Strategic Framework for Road Safety on 11 May 2011. The new framework sets out the government’s proposals to reduce the numbers of those killed and seriously injured on Britain’s roads. The focus is on education for drivers who make genuine mistakes and can be helped to improve. It Read More …

New Scheme for Road traffic Accident Claims

In April 2010, the Ministry of Justice instroduced a new scheme for dealing with low value personal injury claims arising as a result of road traffic accidents. Any personal injury claim arising as a result of a road traffic accident from 30 April 2010 will proceed through this scheme. The scheme was introduced in order Read More …

MIB Refund – Good News

If you were involved in a road traffic accident between 11 June 2007 and 7 November 2008 inclusive, and your claim was dealt with by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) because the motorist at fault was uninsured, you may have had your damages reduced by £300.00 by the MIB to account for a “property damage Read More …