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Rotheras’ Personal Injury team proud to support the Back Up Trust

Rotheras Personal Injury Department is pleased to announce its support of the Back Up Trust.

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Changes to the Highway Code: Why you should be looking both ways

The Highway Code’s most recent updates came into force on 29th January 2022 and fundamentally change the duties owed by different road users to one another. We will be looking at what these changes are and why they are of importance to road users and the material impact for lawyers.

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Rotheras’ departments gain top rankings in latest Chambers guide

Chambers’ 2022 UK guide launched on Thursday 21st October, with Rotheras’ Family Law, Personal Injury and Transport departments ranked in the top tiers for their practice areas and jurisdictions.

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Government announces plans to overhaul law on bereavement compensation and extend eligibility

APIL (the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) has welcomed calls from a parliamentary committee to overhaul the law on compensation for bereaved relatives and extend eligibility to all family members who had a “genuine close relationship” to the deceased.

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