The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers has supplied argument and evidence for years to oppose the government’s obsession with personal injury reform. The basis for reform is completely without merit, yet the government has been intransigent.
Lord Keen made it clear during debate on the Civil Liability Bill that the reforms are ‘policy’ decisions. In relation to a tariff for whiplash injuries, in particular, he said: ‘We are essentially taking a policy decision that there should be a tariff for this form of injury to deal with a very real issue.’
When you have had an accident, you need to be sure that you can get the best possible professional legal help and Simpsons will provide that help.
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If you've been treated unfairly at work or when applying for a job, it may be unlawful discrimination. Discrimination can be against your ethnic group, your religion and even your age.
If you’ve been treated differently and worse by an employer and it’s because of who you are, it could be direct discrimination.
If you’ve been discriminated against, you may be able to do something about it.
When is it direct discrimination?