Up close and personal
The collapse of the original Claims Direct and The Accident Group has forced the personal injury sector into serious reflection on its future.
Personal injury (PI) has been undergoing something of a revolution since Lord Woolf overhauled the Civil Procedure Rules almost four years ago. This year, however, has been even more seismic than the previous three. With the collapse of claims farmers Claims Direct – subsequently relaunched by Russell Jones & Walker – and The Accident Group (TAG), the claims industry, still thrashing out arguments sparked in the wake of the Woolf reforms, has found itself forced into serious reflection on its future.
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