MASS Conference 2020
We are delighted to let you know that our Annual Conference and Charity Evening will be on 15th October in Manchester. We will be posting more information in the coming weeks.
Contacting the MASS office – January 2020 onwards
We won’t be using DX from 1st January 2020 – so if you use DX to send stuff to the MASS office please change our contract details and send to:
19-20 St Augustines Parade
The Series will take delegates through Notification, Valuation and Hearing stages and you can find out in detail what each stage covers here.
If you have any questions please contact Elena at MASS Training who will be happy to help you.
MASS Insight Magazine
The latest issue is available to members and subscribers here.
Brian Castle welcomes the changes and hope they deter motorists getting behind the wheel under the influence of drugs and lead to safer roads in Scotland.
Fiona Scurlock looks at the benefits of working from home to both staff and employers.
Fiona is a PI Solicitor at Gray Hooper Holt LLP, Redhill and MASS Regional Co-ordinator for the South East.
MASS Conference/MASS in the Media
Following our annual conference we have appeared in the press a number of times:
We have updated our website to include:
- Extracts from Chairman’s Speech
- Speakers presentations and notes
- And lots of photos!
Please visit MASS Conference 2019 and Associated Events
MASS has received a reply from Lord Keen, who has responded to the points made in our letter of 12th June to the Lord Chancellor. Naturally we are very pleased that the Government have revisited the initial inclusion of minors and protected parties, and have ‘for now’ excluded these from the new process. We do however remain extremely concerned that there are still a lot of major issues that need to be resolved
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.
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 …