MASS Conference 2023
We are delighted to announce that this year’s MASS Annual Conference will be held on Thursday 2nd November at The Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.
We are pleased to let you know that delegate bookings are now open for this year’s MASS Annual Conference. To find out more and to book your place(s) please click here.
Interested in Sponsorship or Exhibiting?
We have a selection of opportunities available. Use the button to get full information and booking forms.
MASS Insight Magazine
Our latest magazine FRC Extension, Planning Your Way Ahead is available now.
With the 1st October looming fast, the extension of FRCs and the introduction of a new Intermediate Track is rapidly becoming a reality. Focussing on this new regime, this edition gives the reader some extremely helpful insights in what to look out for and how to adapt.
- FRCs – from 4 different perspectives – claimant/insurer/costs lawyer/barrister
- Case watch
- Scottish Matters
- Winn Group staff complete the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge
- MASS Conference
Advertising to our membership
What better way to put your company in front of our membership of RTA/PI practitioners than to advertise in the MASS Insight Magazine? Find out more here.
MASS in the Media
Recent press coverage
Modern Insurance Magazine Issue 60
Transparency with E-Scooter Regulations
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau believe that accidents with cars and uninsured e-scooters add 3% or 4% to the cost of motor insurance premiums. MASS Chair, Sue Brown, highlights an urgent need for this estimate to be published. “We deserve full transparency and disclosure of these figures so motorists can see what they’re paying for.”
What You Should Do After a Hit and Run Accident in a Car Park
Ross Jackson of Winn Solicitors gives useful advice on what to do if this happens to you.
To read Ross’ and previous blogs please go to:
Our ‘chosen charity’ for 2022-23 is BIRT
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust is a charity that works alongside people with an acquired brain injury, autism, and learning or physical disabilities to help them live as independently as possible. They provide high-quality services across the UK support people to move forward with their lives. These include: assessment and rehabilitation centres, hospitals, care homes, supported living accommodation, care in people’s homes and a school.