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The only claimant-driven organisation raising standards by training and accrediting lawyers for every type of personal injury
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Being involved in a road accident can be distressing. If you have been involved in an accident you may be entitled to compensation. Road accident lawyers
Accidents at work can happen regardless of your occupation. Over 100,000 accidents are reported every year in the UK. Accidents at work lawyers
If you have suffered an injury due to the negligence of the nurse, doctor or surgeon, you may be entitled to compensation. Clinical negligence lawyers
We have specialist injury lawyers in all areas of injury law including occupational disease, trip or slip and serious injuries. All injury claims
The impact of civil litigation reform - fixed recoverable costs, reducing fraudulent claims and access to justice
Read the speech here
Can you pass our personal injury quiz?
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APIL aims for everyone in our society to understand the importance of a right to redress for suffering needless harm, whether or not you have experience of the personal injury system. We are determined to do all we can to ensure that some harmful and misguided perceptions about personal injury are turned around.
Here is our latest public information venture, Compensation Explained. This is a back-to-basics guide to the purpose of compensation, what makes a claim, and what challenges injured people face in our current legal system in England and Wales.
View the booklet
Road congestion in the UK is 50 per cent higher than the European average which increases the likelihood of low-speed collisions.
Dangerous driving practices like tailgating make the situation worse.
Watch APIL’s new video to find out more.
Your employer has a duty to protect you. As an employee your safety, health and general welfare at work are protected by law. Workplace health and safety regulations place statutory duties on your employer.
Injury at work guidance
Civil justice reforms must be ‘right, not rushed’
Letter to the press:
Regional letter - Psychiatric harm
Letter to the press:
Glasgow bin lorry tragedy
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NHS Resolution’s Annual Report – Progress?
13 Jul 2018
Scotland sets a UK standard for injured people
10 May 2018
To penalise patients and their families is not the answer
02 Feb 2018
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