Craig Butler concludes that the law remains harsh and perhaps grossly unfair – and that a wholesale review of the FAA is long overdue.
Craig is an Associate at Wolferstans Solicitors in Plymouth and a Solicitor in their Serious Injury Team
MASS publishes letter to the Lord Chancellor outlining our various concerns with the development of the new RTA claims process. You can read the full letter here.
MASS Insight Magazine
The latest edition is at the printers now – members and subscribers will receive copies shortly.
Shelyna Mariscal sets a challenge ‘What will you start, continue and stop doing to develop and grow the desired culture within your firm?’
Shelyna is Partner, Personal Injury, at Hansells in Norwich.
Thank you x 2!
We are absolutely delighted with our new painting – thank you Child Brain Injury Trust – and a MASSIVE thank you to all our members for raising an amazing amount of money!
We are delighted that HHD Solicitors, based in Belfast, have joined us – welcome aboard!
Read MASS’ response to the Ministry of Justice Consultation: Future Provision of Medical Reports in Road Traffic Accident related personal injury claims here
A big MASS welcome to new members Thompsons (Bristol) – great to have you back in the fold!
MASS Conference 2019 & Associated Events
Information for interested parties available as follows:
Great to have 7BR exhibiting again at this year Conference – welcome aboard!
Find out just how easy it is to get MASS Training to come to you and deliver training specific to the needs of your staff …
MASS has responded to the ‘Civil Liability Act Report on Savings Provisions‘ – a consultation that focuses on the draft regulations placing new requirements on insurers to demonstrate the savings being passed on to consumers. You can view our response here.
Latest edition of MASS Insight Magazine ‘Keeping up to speed in the RTA World’ is with members and subscribers.
Check it out here …
We are pleased announce that our ‘chosen charity’ for 2017/18 is Back Up
Back Up exists to transform the lives of everyone affected by spinal cord injury.
They deliver a range of services to build confidence and independence back into people’s lives, and offer a support network when it is needed most. Many of their volunteers and staff have been affected by spinal cord injury, so they have a strong understanding of the challenges an injury can pose. They support over 1,000 people a year – of all ages and injury levels – to lead the life they want.
Read more here …
MASS is aware that members of the public are being telephoned by a company/individuals unknown to us who are fraudulently using our telephone number (0117 925 9604). Read more …