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Legal watershed for PIAB

Patricia Byron of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board has hailed a recent court decision as a turning point for the organisation

4th December, 2010

Patricia Byron of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board has hailed a recent court decision as a turning point for the organisation

A recent legal decision has brought more clarity to the work of the Injuries Board. Last month, the High Court dismissed 19 judicial reviews against the board.

In each of the cases, the claimants accepted the board’s offer of damages for personal injury claims, but challenged its refusal to include legal costs in the awards....

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