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

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TitleDate
Cost-cutting NI Government ignores needs of injury victims22 Dec 2011
Confusion over future of safety warnings28 Nov 2011
Chief coroner rethink does not go far enough23 Nov 2011
Campaign group back South Normanton carer in fight against justice proposals22 Nov 2011
Carbon monoxide alarms as important as smoke alarms, say campaigners22 Nov 2011
Future well-being of injured people at risk in hands of claims farmers 15 Nov 2011
Nottingham mum backs campaign against justice reforms14 Nov 2011
Insurers told to set their house in order, ahead of parliamentary debate9 Nov 2011
Parliamentary debate on ‘no win no fee’ an “utter disgrace”4 Nov 2011
'No win no fee' Bill hits the wrong target, say lawyers3 Nov 2011
Amputee backs campaign group in opposition of justice reforms1 Nov 2011
Grieving people sidelined in public body reforms18 Oct 2011
MP backs campaign to support asbestos victims17 Oct 2011
New proposals ‘put business profits before workers’ safety’30 Sep 2011
Campaigners say specialist judges are needed for specialised cases30 Sep 2011
Campaigners issue access to justice warning for Northern Ireland23 Sep 2011
‘Regulation helps ensure children’s safety’21 Sep 2011
Archaic coroner service needs full reform12 Sep 2011
Brits abroad take risks without proper insurance cover, say lawyers 8 Aug 2011
Health and safety review risks injury to workers1 Aug 2011
APIL opposes proposed extention of streamlined claims process4 Jul 2011
APIL announces appointment of new chief executive31 May 2011
Treat cows with caution this Bank Holiday27 May 2011
Proposals to help victims of crime who speak Welsh ‘do not go far enough’26 May 2011
NEW RESEARCH: Justice denied under Government proposals 25 May 2011
HSE proposals ‘put business profits before workers’ safety’12 May 2011
New faces on APIL executive committee15 Apr 2011
New APIL president: Injury victims face ‘ever tightening screw’11 Apr 2011
More eye protection needed for Welsh sunbed users7 Apr 2011
Not-for-profit group seeks judicial review against Lord Chancellor1 Apr 2011
Rights of asbestos victims come second to insurers' profits22 Mar 2011
Patients to be sidelined as NHS regulations ‘rushed’ through?8 Mar 2011
More protection needed on 'electric beach'4 Mar 2011
Legislation "missed opportunity" for bereaved people4 Mar 2011
New FSA rules highlight urgent need for EL fund, say lawyers1 Mar 2011
Northern Ireland "could pioneer new justice system"23 Feb 2011
Government ‘failing to see bigger picture’ on justice reform15 Feb 2011
‘Perfect storm’ to deny access to justice for most seriously injured14 Feb 2011
Jackson recommendations “could be against the law”10 Feb 2011
APIL CEO to depart for new challenge31 Jan 2011

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