Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
A not-for-profit organisation representing injured people

Press releases

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TitleDate
CJC urged to think more creatively about costs2 Dec 2008
Statement: Government response to 'case track limits and the claims process for personal injury claims'21 Jul 2008
Statement: Government announces plaques consultation9 Jul 2008
Tougher negligence test could mean public bodies 'off the hook'26 Nov 2008
Warning to safety shy bosses as new law brings tougher consequences22 Oct 2008
Praise for Northern Ireland Executive as plaques consultation is launched16 Oct 2008
Plaques compensation decision must be overturned30 Sep 2008
Students warned about carbon monoxide dangers25 Sep 2008
Safety lawyers warn of surgery risks abroad11 Sep 2008
Bereaved families face inquest trauma despite Government reforms10 Sep 2008
Calls for new law to protect youngsters from tanning risks16 Jul 2008
Government must take urgent action to protect injured workers, say lawyers13 Jul 2008
Warning as Government paves the way for laser treatment cowboys18 Jun 2008
Victims of violent crime may face compensation blow4 Jun 2008
Draft Queen's speech brings welcome news for injured and bereaved14 May 2008
Homeowners warned of deadly dust2 May 2008
Three year reprieve for negligent directors too long, say lawyers2 May 2008
Three new faces welcomed onto national legal committee10 Apr 2008
New leaders ready to take the reigns at APIL10 Apr 2008
New APIL president defends right to compensation7 Apr 2008
Courts shake up must put injured first3 Apr 2008
Major shake up gives coroners clout27 Mar 2008
Statement - APIL's response to the ABI report: Adding Insult to Injury25 Mar 2008
Insurers and claimant lawyers launch new personal injury multi track code pilot18 Mar 2008
Top accolade for two Apil lawyers14 Feb 2008
Call to publicly praise safety conscious employers14 Feb 2008
APIL president calls for government leadership to drive increase in damages13 Feb 2008
Government plans criticised as crime victims’ compensation comes under threat25 Nov 2008

Head of Public Affairs
Lorraine Gwinnutt
0115 943 5400
lorraine.gwinnutt@apil.org.uk

Communications Manager
Jane Hartwell
0115 943 5416
jane.hartwell@apil.org.uk

Press & Communications Officer
Iman Anthony
0115 943 5431
iman.anthony@apil.org.uk