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

“Denton proofing” your personal injury practice - knowing where things go wrong and putting them right

Not specified - 1 hour

(Please note that the number of CPD hours may be subject to change)

"As always these updates are very informative"
Staying safe and avoiding the pitfalls of personal injury practice
A series of webinars to ensure that your cases run smoothly

To help 2021 run smoothly  for our members APIL is running a series of webinars on the theme of “staying safe” in the running of personal injury cases. The webinars look at key area of practice and procedure, examine where any why things go wrong and then how to avoid problems.  We then look at the steps that can be taken to rectify matters if things have gone wrong.

This webinar examines those areas where personal injury cases can go wrong and  relief from sanctions may be required.  The key of tthis webinar part relates to avoiding problems, however there is an important section of the matters that must be considered if an effective application for relief from sanctions is to be made.

  • The problem areas for personal injury litigation – where things go wrong and why
  • Key time periods
  • What can you do if things go wrong?
  • Making an effective application for relief from sanctions


Other webinars in this series include

We are pleased to be able to offer a SPECIAL OFFER for all six webinars for the low price of
£360 + VAT if the whole series is booked together!

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1 person: £65 + VAT
Small office (2 - 6 people): £105 + VAT
Large office (7 people or more): £160 + VAT
Whole organisation (All staff at all offices): £320 + VAT


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All people registered for live webinars will automatically be emailed details to view the on-demand learining following the webinar, whether you view live or not. Webinar recordings are available to view for up to six months.

11 Mar 2021

On-demand recording
From 11 Mar 2021 to 11 Sep 2021