Dr Nicholas Bevan

Dr Nicholas Bevan
www.nicholasbevan.com

Thursday, 3 April 2014

NEW RTA AND MOTOR CLAIMS TRAINING

RTA and motor claims update training 2014

Not to be missed, if you want to stay ahead of the crowd

I am running an entirely new series of half day and full day legal training and in-house workshops (that can be adapted to suit all levels of experience: beginners, intermediate and advanced) on road traffic accident claims. 

Major reform is on the cards 

The reforms will impact on Part VI of the Road Traffic Act 1988 extensively, the European Rights Against Insurers Regulations 2002 and involve the complete rewriting of both the Uninsured Drivers Agreement 1999 and the Untraced Drivers Agreement 2003.  Many leading case authorities are based on the present flawed regime and so are unsafe to rely on.  

You need to know about this if you don't want to get caught out.  The training will demonstrate why all your text books and many of the case authorities you rely on are simply out of date!

The training will explain how to spot important issues that could make a real difference to your clients' compensatory entitlement.  I cover all the basic liability scenarios, contributory negligence, cycle helmets, pedestrian, Highways Act cases etc.

The key point to take on board about these changes is that they are necessary because our national law provision in this area fails to fully implement Community law in many instances.  These defects have a direct bearing on your clients’ legal entitlements, right now.  Fortunately the defects can be remedied, in advance of the reforms, if you know what you are doing. 

The technical issues will be reinforced and made practical in workshop sessions.

There are also some fascinating developments to our common law to share.  

I will also cover accidents abroad: pursuing a claim against a foreign EU driver, here and abroad has never been easier! 

My in-house training can be tailored to suit the specific requirements of the firm.

APIL and MBL are organising my public training sessions.

Bookings

To apply for details, email Nicholas Bevan at mail@nicholasbevan.com
Alternatively contact me by phone:
Office:  01823 325365
Mobile: 07968 427134

For more information about me, visit:   nicholasbevan.com

Feedback

Asbestos Fundamentals 2013
  • The best APIL course I have ever attended. Thank you very much

APIL’s MIB Training
  • Nick is a brilliant and enthusiastic speaker  
  • Nick made a rather dry and technical subject understandable and, dare I say it, fun 
  • The course notes are superb

The Civil Justice Reforms
  • Excellent speaker.  The most comprehensive overview of these extensive reforms that I have heard or read.

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