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

Press releases

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TitleDate
APIL responds to criminal injuries consultation paper8 Dec 2005
APIL responds to report on small claims6 Dec 2005
Lawyers' quality kitemark launched21 Sep 2005
APIL responds to Civil Justice Council announcement on EL disease success fees1 Jul 2005
Parliamentary group’s call to drop part of Compensation Bill welcomed by lawyers1 Dec 2005
Injured Scottish workers face compensation setback15 Nov 2005
Plaques victims must retain right to compensation8 Nov 2005
Lawyers call for urgent reform to Criminal Injuries Scheme28 Oct 2005
APIL highlights research at small claims enquiry17 Oct 2005
Hereford woman first to achieve new legal certificate4 Oct 2005
Survey finds personal injury lawyers uncertain about future27 Sep 2005
Call for tougher consequences for safety-shy bosses10 Aug 2005
Teachers need education, MPs told12 Jul 2005
MP renews call for warning symbol on medication5 Jul 2005
Corporate manslaughter bill should be taken back to drawing board, say lawyers23 Jun 2005
Call to name and shame errant company bosses2 Jun 2005
New legal president quells fears over risk-taking18 May 2005
APIL's new president calls for greater collaboration to put claimants centre stage25 Apr 2005
Petition highlights injustice for Scottish workers14 Apr 2005
MORI polls puts Government plans under spotlight1 Apr 2005
Construction industry fails in attempt to cut back on safety22 Feb 2005
Insurers fail to block pleural plaques compensation15 Feb 2005
Cost-cutting pushes injured people down priority list11 Feb 2005
New bill takes up calls for warning symbols on medication1 Feb 2005
Legal aid reforms block justice for home owners20 Jan 2005

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 Fowler
0115 943 5431
lizzy.fowler@apil.org.uk