The latest news and features from Minster Law

Director of Legal Services comments on Supreme Court decision: Cameron vs Hussain

Commenting on the Supreme Court Decision in the matter of Cameron vs Hussain, Rachel di Clemente, director of legal services for Minster Law, said: “We welcome further clarity given to this issue by the Supreme Court, and their reasoning, in favour of the defendant, is understandable.” “However, for insurers there is an element of heads we…

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Client stories

Supporting our Vulnerable Road Users

Early assessment key to getting Richard the rehabilitation he needed after his road traffic accident

The personal impact of Personal Injury Reforms

Catching up with our clients: Graham Butcher, six years on

CSR and events

Minster Law announces major new volunteering programme for Wakefield after meeting local MP

Minster Law Supports Kirkwood Hospice

Wakefield personal injury specialist supports ‘royal launch’ of the Wetwheels Foundation’s first Yorkshire Powerboat

Minster Law provide ‘FareShare’ of furniture for UK’s largest food waste charity


Minster Law wins rehab award for Back to Biking

What to do after a motorcycle accident

Common causes of motorcycle accidents

Motorcycle safety innovations to aid accident prevention

Employee stories

Minster Law Awards Ball 2018

Minster Law’s response to the delayed whiplash reforms

United in our One Yorkshire Site

Development at Minster Law: Leading our People

On the road

Motorist suffers unnecessary emotional trauma during ‘straightforward’ personal injury claim

Is ‘20’ plenty?

Mr Uddin

Minster Law successfully supports driver duped by fraudulent firm

Couple reflects on Christmas Day crash that left them severely injured

Minster Law Media Centre

Join Minster Law’s Open Evening

Compensation for major injury claims in ‘no man’s land’ despite reforms

Minster Law match fund for Creative Minds

Consumer attitudes towards technology

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Minster Law responds to the Second Reading of the Civil Liability Bill

Minster Law responds to Justice Select Committee report into whiplash

Back to Biking initiative wins prestigious award

Can anti-driver impairment & distraction systems help to improve road safety?