Category: Motoring Law

Preventing Car Accident Injuries

Driving is the most common form of transport in the world, the billion mark for the number of cars on the road worldwide was surpassed in 2011. Perhaps because of this, driving is seen...

Tackling fraudulent whiplash claims

The government’s Transport Select Committee has published a number of new proposals which are designed to help lower the number of insurance claims made fraudulently, generally for whiplash injuries. Following a meeting of the...

Choosing accident claims solicitors

Choosing the Right Solicitor to help with your car crash claim A car accident is a traumatic enough experience without having to fight your own corner when it comes to a compensation claim. Once...

Change to ‘no win, no fee’ legal cases

Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke has recently announced that the government will ban ‘no win, no fee’ legal cases. While insurance firms are rejoicing as they believe that this will help address the problem of...

Drivers unprepared for the VAT rise

Recent Auto Trader research shows confusion surrounding the New Year rise in VAT could hit drivers hard. Most people are unaware that not only will VAT return to the usual rate of 17.5%, but...

Scrappage Scheme boosts sales

  More than 35,000 new cars have been sold under the scrappage scheme since it went live on May 18. Government figures show that one in five new cars are now sold to buyers...