Dear All There has been some consternation amongst medico-legal experts that the policy changes announced in the recent Autumn Statement to low value, soft tissue RTA-related claims – i.e. that many would now be directed along the Small Claims Court path instead of current hearing, often in front of a judge – would mean the lack […]
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There has been a lot of speculation in the legal world, following the recent Autumn Statement removing the right for cash compensation for RTA-related minor injuries coupled with the raising of the ceiling for claims via the Small Claims Court, that MedCo and hence all MedCo accredited medico-legal experts would cease to be relevant. I […]
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