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The Dishonest Client – Fact or Fiction?

Driver Suffering From Whiplash After Traffic Collision

I was looking the other day at a reported study by a national firm of lawyers that seriously calls into question some previous research information from insurance companies suggesting that there are an awful lot of dishonest clients about. (It has also been suggested in the recent past that linked to this there must be… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

What goes up must come down?

£50 notes

Apparently not when it comes to court fees! The latest in a seemingly never-ending round of regular (and regularly massive) hikes in court fees arrived recently. I’m not an economist but I’m pretty sure that these sorts of rises as well as those in directors’ salaries and bankers’ bonuses are hugely disproportionate to the current… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

The “Endless” Court Case – Who’s To Blame?

Parents swear, and children suffer 2

We’ve all heard stories in the newspapers, on radio and TV about  so called “nightmare” cases where parents spend years and sometimes many thousands of pounds fighting each other through the courts on questions relating to their children. The question is, who is to blame for this and is it a case, as is sometimes… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

The Court Service in Crisis

Courthouse

It must be very difficult for a client when he or she asks her lawyer “when is my matter going to be dealt with” or “why is the court taking so long with my case” and the response from the lawyer seems to be vague or possibly even evasive. Perhaps a lot of clients might… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)