21 December, 2012
Filed UnderLegal Costs
Karl Tonks, president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, writing in the New law Journal on the proposed reductions to the RTA portal fixed fees:
"Lawyers cannot reasonably be expected to run cases at a loss. But if implemented, the only alternative will be to turn claimants away or take legal fees from a claimant's damages, which flies in the face of the principles of justice."
I must have missed APIL's decade long campaign to make unlawful any funding method other than CFA Lites.