PIcARBS shortlisted for Online Innovation Award

PIcARBS has been shortlisted for the Online Innovation award by Claims Innovation.Claims Innovation Awards_2016_shortlisted logo 25%


PIcARBS Arbitration Law Society

PIcARBS will be in the news at the Law Society on Thursday this week after Sir Rupert Jackson’s keynote speech, when Tony Guise who sits on the Civil Litigation committee considers advances in technology and arbitration for personal injury and clinical negligence claims: see http://communities.lawsociety.org.uk/civil-litigation/events/civil-litigation-conferences/civil-litigation-section-spring-conference-growing-your-practice-and-looking-ahead-for-opportunity-215-cpd-hours-21-april-2016/5052569.article

PIcARBS arbitration


We have now trained 16 personal injury and clinical negligence QCs for the PIcARBS panel.

We are presenting to Allianz Insurance on 30 th March 2016.

We are presenting to the MIB on 12 th April.

Arbitration in personal injury and clinical negligence claims is progressing strongly.

Whilst civil courts close and staff are made redundant, delays mount up and court fees escalate, PIcARBS quietly to fill the gap.

Join us, co-operate and arbitrate, save money and litigate your claims to a fair conclusion.

PIcARBS and Costs ADR are working together

PIcARBS and Costs ADR (CADR) are working together to produce a seamless system to resolve clinical negligence and personal injury cases from start to end without using the civil courts.

PIcARBS is already running and open for business. Arbitration is not mediation.  It is civil litigation without using the courts and it is binding. The claim is arbitrated on liability and quantum through the PIcARBS efiling system using experienced PI and clinical negligence silks as arbitrators.

CADR is already running and also open for business. Then when the case settles or an award is made by the arbitrator the costs are arbitrated through CADR arbitrators.  See costs-adr.com.  The joint project is to set up within CADR a panel of PI and clinical negligence arbitrators to resolve costs in such cases in 6 month from the costs award or agreement.

This should save the NHSLA and the MIB and insurers large sums in costs and should produce quicker payment of damages and costs to claimants and their lawyers.  ARQC