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Ground-breaking ADR pilot: “We promote consensus, rather than conflict”

Friday 29th January 2021

  Marcus Taylor, Claims Director at Minster Law talks about the intent and results that sit behind their ground-breaking Alternative Dispute Resolution pilot program. It’s not that often you can attribute the word ‘icon’ to a member of the legal profession, but in the case of the recently deceased US Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader…

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Minster Law claims jargon buster

Wednesday 27th January 2021

Thankfully we are not involved in accidents every day, so it’s not surprising when it comes to be making a personal injury claim we can often feel overwhelmed by the whirlwind of legal jargon that is used. Have a look at our jargon buster for a straightforward explanation of some of the most common terms….

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Filtering is one of the most common factors in motorcycle accidents – but the law around filtering is complex

Thursday 21st January 2021

Minster Law Solicitor and Senior Relationship Development Manager Matt Bell explores some of the rules and guidelines around filtering. Motorcycle filtering is often a controversial subject, it is often the cause of a disagreement between a biker and another road user (I’ve had several), and unfortunately one of the most common contributing factors to the…

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INK – Placing customers at the heart of digital innovation

Wednesday 13th January 2021

It’s not uncommon for any company to say they put their customers at the heart of what they do, but with colleagues like Annie Westcott, marketing and insight executive, firmly embedded in the development of INK, that’s exactly the mindset we’ve created here at Minster Law. Designed to streamline the journey our customers take through…

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Further delays to the LiP portal until May – but Minster Law is already reforms ready

Monday 11th January 2021

The implementation of the Litigants in Person (LiP) portal has been delayed for the fourth time – with the service originally due to be launched in April 2020 now being pushed back to May 2021. What has changed A written statement published today by Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland, MP for South Swindon, said the delay…

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