From insult to personal injury – a sector in flux

The demise of two big-hitting personal injury firms (Hampson Hughes and Pure Legal) is a sign that the once buoyant claims sector is in a period of flux, with experts pointing to this year’s whiplash reforms as the catalyst for change. Lenders have also had enough and want to see evidence that mountains of claims will actually result in settlements and profits. Pure Legal’s administration was preceded by legal finance provider Novitas petitioning the court for bankruptcy. More from Law Gazette.

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