Articles - DAC Beachcroft

Articles by Stephanie Welsher

MOJ Portal – Part 7.8(b)…DACB continue its success

MOJ Portal – Part 7.8(b)…DACB continue its success

Following on from our Article “MOJ portal – Part 7.8(b)…is it the end of an Era?” DACB, on behalf of Somerset Bridge Insurance Services, has continued ...

MOJ portal- Part 7.8(b)…is it the end of an Era?

MOJ portal- Part 7.8(b)…is it the end of an Era?

The case of Mason v Laing has had significant consequences for Claimant Solicitors, with DAC Beachcroft seeing savings of over £110,000 in 6 months fo ...

Whiplash Reforms: The Accuracy of the Medical Evidence for Valuing OIC claims

Whiplash Reforms: The Accuracy of the Medical Evidence for Valuing OIC claims

With litigation arising from claims pursued via the Official Injury Claim (OIC) portal now well underway, there is one element that is taking centre s ...

PI Damages guideline rises: 16th Edition of the JC Guidelines published

PI Damages guideline rises: 16th Edition of the JC Guidelines published

The Judicial College (formerly the Judicial Studies Board) has published the latest edition of its guideline damages for personal injury claims, more ...

Motor Liability in 2021

Motor Liability in 2021

2021 has provided a bumper crop of motor liability cases and in this retrospective we bring together in one place a number of the most significant and ...

Whiplash reforms - Myth Busting

Whiplash reforms - Myth Busting

As the new reforms reach the end of their first quarter year it is a good time to reflect on what was predicted, points that have been raised and the ...

Actions Have Consequences… and Sanctions

Actions Have Consequences… and Sanctions

At least, that was the decision of HHJ Gosnall following the Claimant’s appeal against the decision of DDJ Ellington in the case of Mason v Laing wher ...