Discover Datalaw's Personal Injury Law CPD Course library which includes the latest Personal Injury Law Updates 2023. Created by expert legal speakers, our courses have been created to ensure that participants are equipped with the most up-to-date knowledge, strategies, and best practices in the field.
For those who value the convenience of digital learning, our personal injury online courses offer an immersive experience, allowing participants to delve deep into the subject matter from any location. These courses cover a wide range of topics, from the intricacies of medical negligence to the complexities of workplace injuries, ensuring a holistic learning experience.
For a broader perspective, our Accident and Injury Law Webinars cover a wide spectrum of personal injury cases, providing participants with a comprehensive understanding of the field.
With Datalaw Personal Injury Law CPD courses you are ensured to stay informed on the latest updates and stay ahead in your field.
Digital Personal Injury Law course certificates provided for each completed CPD course.
Below is our planned CPD course schedule for Personal Injury Law. We have two Personal Injury Law live webinars in the 22/23 CPD year, a Spring and an Autumn live update. This training is essential for personal injury practitioners seeking to refresh their knowledge of personal injury law and ensure they stay compliant.
PERSONAL INJURY LAW TITLES
|Success in Interim Payment Applications 2023||CPD||24/04/2023||VIEW|
|Personal Injury Law Spring Update 2023||LIVE||03/07/2023 at 1pm||VIEW|
|Illegality in PI - Defeating the Allegations||CPD||11/08/2023||VIEW|
|The Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Act 2022||CPD||11/08/2023||VIEW|
|Limitation in PI Update 2023||CPD||31/08/2023||VIEW|
|Accidents Involving Pedestrians 2023||CPD||31/08/2023||VIEW|
|Whiplash and other Injury Claims - Valuing in SCT Portal||CPD||31/08/2023||VIEW|
|Service of the Claim Form 2023 Update||CPD||25/09/2023||VIEW|
|Personal Injury Law Autumn Update 2023||LIVE||10/10/2023||VIEW|
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This bundle is vital for all solicitors who are looking to stay up-to-date with the latest updates and changes in Personal Injury Law for 2023. The Personal Injury Law Update 2023 Bundle provides the most up-to-date information on the main Personal Injury Law changes for the 2023 CPD year.As well as gaining access to our Spring and Autumn Personal Injury Law Update Live Webinars for 2023 you will also gain access to the following courses upon their release: Success in Interim Payment Applications 2023, Illegality in PI ... See more
Get access to the Essential SRA Compliance Training 2023 + Personal Injury Law Update Bundle 2023 Today!The Essential Access Membership – Datalaw’s most up-to-date legal training courses selected by our experts in compliance and Personal Injury Law.The SRA Compliance Update Bundle 2023 provides the most up-to-date information on the main compliance changes for the 2023 CPD year. Topics included within this bundle include Anti-Money Laundering updates including Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022, Cyber Crime & Fraud P ... See more
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This Personal Injury Law Update 2022 CPD Bundle can be accessed through both the Premium and Unlimited Access Subscriptions, which are available at a number of different price points to suit you and your training needs. Datalaw's Subscription CPD package can fulfil your requirements under the SRA scheme in 3 easy steps:Step 1: take your self-assessment and obtain your personal development planStep 2: choose from over 800 legal CPD courses in over 42 areas of law, delivered by expert speakersStep 3: print off your SRA Competency Statem ... See more
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Join us for our upcoming Personal Injury Law 2023 Autumn Update Live Webinar, where you will be updated on the latest developments in Personal Injury Law for 2023. Our experienced speakers will guide you through the latest changes and provide you with practical tips to help you stay ahead in the Personal Injury Law profession. This session is vital for all Personal Injury Law Practitioners to attend in order to stay up-to-date with the latest law and practice in Personal Injury Law.Upgrade your experience by becoming a Datalaw Unlimited Access ... See more
The Personal Injury Law 2023 Spring Update course will update you on the latest developments in Personal Injury Law for 2023. Our experienced speaker, Nicky Carter, will guide you through the latest changes and provide you with practical tips to help you stay ahead in the Personal Injury Law profession. This session is vital for all Personal Injury Law Practitioners to attend in order to stay up-to-date with the latest law and practice in Personal Injury Law.Upgrade your experience by becoming a Datalaw Unlimited Access ... See more
Whilst the overriding objective is the norm for interpretation of most of the CPR, the exception is are the rules relating to service. The court’s have made it clear that the rules relating to service will be interpreted in a most draconian manner.It is the Claimant’s solicitor’s responsibility to ensure that the claim is issued and served in a timely manner. This course will get you up to speed on all the traps and pitfalls when serving the claim form and how to avoid them.Course Outlines:Part 1 • New Acknowledgment of Servi ... See more
This webinar will get you up to speed on the latest principles of valuing whiplash and mixed injury claims on the SCT Portal.The case of Hassam v Rabot  EWCA Civ 19 determined the proper approach for assessing damages for pain, suffering and loss of amenity where the claimant suffered a whiplash injury which came within the scope of the Civil Liability Act 2018 s.3 attracting a tariff award stipulated by the Whiplash Injury Regulations 2021 reg.2, but also suffered additional injury which fell outside the scope of the Act and did not attr ... See more
Pedestrian cases can be challenging. Allegations of contributory negligence, finding the right defendant, and taking into account the latest changes to the Highway Code can all add to the complexity. Split into two parts, these webinars will examine the relevant issues and recent case law to enable fee earners to make the right decisions for success.Webinar Outline:Part 1 – Pedestrians – Car parks and public places – Contributory negligence – children – Allegations – safe speed? Part 2 ... See more
Limitation issues can cause chaos in PI litigation. This webinar will update you on the need to know matters to avoid problems arising and provide solutions if they do.Webinar Outline:• Limitation-Knowledge • S.33 Discretion – Historic Sexual Abuse Cases – Vicarious Liability• Limitation Problems and Solutions – Extensions? – Agreements? – Exceptions
The Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Act 2022 came into force in June 2022 ,the Act makes clear the distinction between UK law and European Motor Insurance Directives. The Act establishes that only “motor vehicles”, as defined in the Road Traffic Act 1988 ,used on roads or other public places require compulsory third-party insurance. The effect is that Road accidents that occur on private land and those involving “off-road” Vehicles. This webinar will get you up to speed on all the implications for your RTA caseload.Webinar Ou ... See more
This webinar will look at the defence of Ex-Turpi causa in Personal injury litigation. Considering the latest case law in this fast moving area.Fraud and and illegality may be entirely separate issues- when should you be concerned?Webinar Outline:• Is ex-turpi always a full defence? Agheampong v allied manufacturing (London) Ltd CC (London) 30/6/2008• When will this be a feasible defence for a defendant? - What should you look out for as problem areas? - Joint enterprise• What effect does an allegation of ex-turpi have on an ... See more
Obtaining an interim payment can be a vital part of meeting your clients needs. This webinar will review the process and tactics for success both within and outside the Portal. Hosted by expert Personal Injury Law speaker Nicky Carter, with over 20 years experience as a claimant PI lawyer, this session will be of great value for all Personal Injury Law practitioners.Webinar Outline:• The Portal – The Test – Conditions – Procedure – Exceptions• When? &n ... See more
A guide to fighting claims for lost earnings in special damages in personal injury cases for both Claimants and Defendants.Preparing schedules of loss can be a daunting task for any fee-earner. Knowing what you can claim is half the battle but transferring that into a well drafted document also takes a level of skill.A well drafted schedule will make recoverability easier and lead to a swifter settlement.• Loss of earnings Calculations– Self employment-– Partnership– Limited Company– Illegal earnings– Dishonesty• Employee Benefits
This course considers the implications of section 57 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act (CJCA) 2015 and provides a case law update for fundamental dishonesty for 2022. This will examine where we are at in terms of the courts deciding what they mean when they say fundamental dishonesty in 2022 . The following areas will be covered:Definitions: What is the meaning of “fundamental dishonesty”?, When will it be relevant? And how will it impact your clients Updates for 2022CJCA 2015 s.57 ConsequencesQOCSContemptSurveillance
The Civil Liability Act 2018 reforms set up new rules for RTA claims after 31st May 2021. The new rules introduced fixed tariff damages for RTA whiplash injuries ,increasing the limit on applicable claims to the small claims track from £1,000 to £5,000. The new system for Claimants to make low -value PI claims operates through an online portal called the Official Injury claim service. This course will get you up to date on running cases in the new Portal. • Cases covered by the new Portal-• Liability Admissions-• Fraud /Causation-& ... See more
The term "fundamental dishonesty" was first coined in the April 2013 amendments to the CPR, describing one of the exceptions to qualified one-way costs shifting.CPR r.44.16(1) provides that orders for costs against a claimant may be enforced, to the full extent of such orders with the permission of the court, where the claim is found on the balance of probabilities to be fundamentally dishonest. This course will get you up to speed on all the issues and arguments in this challenging areaQOCSEffectExceptionsPractical ImplicationsFundamental Dish ... See more
What are the latest issues in this complex area? When can claimants recover for purely psychiatric injuries and what are the restrictions? This is a developing and complex arena. This webinar will update you on the key developments and principles The Court of Appeal case of Taylor v Novo in March 2013 is an important development and its consequences are examined.Psychological Injuries and recoveryPsychological and physical injuries togetherWitnesses and observersThe bystander testThreshold requirementsPrimary and secondary victimsWhat does it ... See more
Through taking this course we will look at substantive areas in credit hire litigation and examine areas including illegality, mitigation, rate (base hire rate), duration and impecuniosity, and look at the latest arguments in relation to these areas. This course will provide a detailed case law update on an important Court of Appeal decision in relation to claims of credit hire with particular reference to the way those claims are dealt with in the RTA Portal.Topic Areas examined:• Illegality• Mitigation• Rate-BHR• Duration-• Impecuni ... See more
This webinar will explore updates to the area of Vicarious liability within personal injury law for 2022.Vicarious liability is defined as "an act performed or suffered by one person as a substitute for another or to the benefit or advantage of another".What are the issues when it comes to Vicarious Liability? Be sure you are confident which cases can be won ,which will be CICA and those where recovery may be an issue. Post s.69 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Act 2013 employers liability is harder to establish, vicarious liability has become ... See more
A guide to the complexities of serving the Claim form - the claimant's most important job in a PI action.Methods of Service-review of the possible pitfallsEmailFaxCPR 6.15-alternative methods of service? Barton v Wright Hassall LLP  1WLR 1119 Abela v Baadarani  1WLR 2043Place of service-options and consequencesDeemed date of service –not the key considerationWhen is a Claim Form served –dates for service of other documentsExtending the time for service –Application, Agreement, Directions?
A comprehensive guide to the very second stage of the Employers’ Liability and Public Liability (ELPL) Portal. This 1-hour session will cover topics and case law regarding ELPL Portal, for example:Medical EvidenceRehabilitation-Mitigation?LossesWitness EvidenceInterim - OptionsExitsPutting together the Settlement PackSCT Case?Causation?Raising new matters in Stage 3The Learning Objectives of this course are as follows: Be aware of the portal provisions relating to the obtaining of medical evidence with ... See more