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Richard Meggitt
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Partner At Accident Solicitors Direct & Long Standing Member Of The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Partner At Accident Solicitors Direct & Long Standing Member Of The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)

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At ASD we guarantee a home visit by an experienced personal injury solicitor within 3 hours of the initial call - find out more in our recent blog post.

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It's shocking and sad that asbestos has been mined and used for so long after the dangers became -- or should have become -- clear.

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Find out what you need to know about Legal Aid Cuts and how they could impact on you.

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With the banning of referral fees set to be introduced in April 2013, the Ministry of Justice is planning to increase application fees and remove the cap on annual fees to ensure resources for proper regulation as CMCs close down.  From April 2013 the amount of claims management companies is expected to significantly decrease as a ban on referral fees deals a hefty financial blow to the industry. http://bit.ly/VpZBm0

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Meeting with your solicitor in person is an important part of any personal injury proceedings; find out why it can make all the difference at http://bit.ly/O8k7F4

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The revelation of the former News of the World’s phone hacking practices came as a huge shock to the public, with an estimated 5795 victims who were eligible for compensation.

Read the full story at http://bit.ly/MXexrU

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The Access to Justice Act first came into force in 2000, designed to make it easier for those with a genuine personal injury case to make a claim. Most people have heard of it by what it's more commonly known as: the no-win, no-fee law.

I wrote a feature article about the act for my website, which you can read at http://bit.ly/QEGkcX

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According to a 2009 Department of Transport report, young drivers between the ages of 17-24 were involved in 26% of 163,554 reported road accidents, but is this truly representative of their abilities and why? http://bit.ly/PTs8w1
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