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Welcome to the second edition of our regular update for the retail sector
This year we will be focusing on key retail claims types, where a little attention could help your claims experience, whilst keeping you up to date with what’s happening in the retail and legal marketplace.
We also have an important warning from guest writer and MD of Slip Safety Services, Christian Harris, who discusses the common misconception that textured or profiled floors are automatically anti-slip.
If that’s not enough to brighten your February, we take a look at what the firm’s been up to since our last issue, examine the new timeline for the Civil Liability Bill now it has received Royal Assent, and give you the lowdown on how GDPR has affected legal requests for medical records.
Whilst we anticipated a shift towards more subjective claim types following the introduction of the EL/PL Portal, we are only now starting to see more such claims being presented in the retail environment.
Textured or profiled surfaces can be a hidden slip safety hazard - what should you do to mitigate the risk?
We examine the reprecussions of Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd.
The Civil Liability Act received Royal Assent. This confirms the framework for the whiplash reforms, changes the process for a regular review of the personal injury discount rate, and starts the clock ticking on the first review of the rate. So what now?
Unless you’ve resided on a desert island for the last year, you will no doubt be aware of GDPR – the new privacy regulation implemented as of 25 May 2018.
Firstly the firm won five awards, including a hat trick for our counter-fraud team at the Insurance Fraud Awards...