In his 2015 Autumn Statement, chancellor George Osborne announced that people making personal injury claims worth up to £5,000 would have to use the small claims court and cannot recoup the cost of any legal advice. In addition, they would no longer be able to get any case settlement for pain and suffering caused, although they would be able to claim for physiotherapy and loss of earnings. A2J in fighting these proposed reforms, which will deny access to justice for millions of ordinary people, and cause potentially significant job losses in the legal sector.
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