Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
A not-for-profit organisation representing injured people

Reality Check

Reality Check

For many years now, personal injury law has been swept up in rancour and vitriol. APIL wants parliamentarians, journalists, and opinion formers to remember the stories of real injured people the next time reform issues come onto the agenda. The principle of helping injured people get back on track when their lives have been shattered by negligence, must never be eroded.

Here is the real story of personal injury, in black and white.

Published: 19 Jun 2019


Past news items

Reactionary statement following inflationary increase to bereavement damages, 20 Mar 2020
Injured motorists deserve better than new whiplash system, lawyers warn, 28 Feb 2020
Implementation of the whiplash reform programme, 27 Feb 2020
Regional newspapers: Being late is taken more seriously than being injured needlessly, 28 Jan 2020
The Scotsman re: Rachel Henry and Alistair Kinley: Fraudulent and dishonest claims getting off Scot-free, 16 Jan 2020
Blindly heading into the unknown for injured people?, 09 Dec 2019
General Election 2019: APIL Manifesto, 05 Dec 2019
Lawyers call for law to change in child sex abuse cases, 26 Nov 2019

Head of Public Affairs
Lorraine Gwinnutt
0115 943 5400
lorraine.gwinnutt@apil.org.uk

Communications Manager
Jane Hartwell
0115 943 5416
jane.hartwell@apil.org.uk

Press & Communications Officer
Lizzy Freeman
0115 943 5431
lizzy.freeman@apil.org.uk