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Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Injury and Accident Compensation

Due to the very high level of demand from members nationwide asking us to incorporate the Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence segment to the site, we are in the process of executing the National Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Campaign.

Due to the complex and critical nature of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence, we have now undertaken eight months of research, consultation and due diligence. We have created mutual support with the UK Governing Bodies in this sector as well as with the leading Associations, Charities, Societies and information portals in order to present a factual based and rounded overview of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence for your attention.

Phase 3 of the National Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Campaign sees us currently sourcing some of the most reputable and established Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence law firms to meet your Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence claims.

This sector of industry is currently experiencing major reform and the emphasis of the Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence segment of the site is to provide all members nationwide the information necessary to support your key choices should you ever require to make them.

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Clinical Negligence

Clinical negligence claim

Personal Injury

Serious injury / Catastrophic injury
Public Sector Road Accident Injury Claims
Public Sector accident in the workplace

Work related illness compensation claim
Claims for compensation


Latest Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Information

Personal Injury Claim Reforms

Personal injury claim reforms

Changes to legislation of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 will see reforms to personal injury cases (including claims for clinical negligence). However, there are specific provisions in respect of personal injury cases.

What are the main changes to the LASPO Act?

As of April 1st 2013, The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO) will see reforms to the way civil cases are funded and the costs in bringing about those cases. So what are the main changes?

Government reforms civil litigation funding and costs

Changes in legislation to ‘the LASPO act’ came into effect on 1 April 2013. Part 2 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 will now see reforms to the way civil cases are funded and the costs in bringing about those cases.

New court rules to affect clinical negligence claims?

In April 2013, a law aimed at balancing disproportionate legal costs will come into effect – but how will it really affect patients, solicitors and the NHS?

A guide to clinical negligence

A simple explanation of your legal rights should you be injured as a result of medical treatment and the legal steps for seeking compensation.

Government reforms personal injury and clinical negligence sector

The Government has laid out its plans to reform civil litigation funding and costs in order to “restore balance to the system” so people who are injured get the justice they deserve.

APIL Accreditation

All APIL members sign up to the APIL code of conduct and consumer charter when they join the association. Both of these guides ensure that an APIL member will act in your best interests at all times.

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