Extension of the Road Traffic Accident scheme to include employers' and public liability claims up to the value of £25,000
The Prime Minister announced on 5 January that the current RTA scheme would be extended. Following publication of the responses to the 'Solving disputes in the county courts' consultation paper, the Government plans to extend the existing RTA PI Protocol to cover claims up to the value of £25,000 and to include employers' and public liability accident claims.
We will also be reviewing the fixed recoverable costs in the RTA scheme.
We welcome your views and evidence as to what is an appropriate level of revised costs would be and how the current scheme needs to be amended to cover public and employer liability.
The government response to the consultation on fixed recoverable costs in relation to the extended RTA scheme.
- Impact assessment, 115.4 kB (PDF document)
- Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice - letter, 86.8 kB (PDF document)
- Analysis of responses to the call for evidence in relation to extension of the road traffic accident personal injury scheme, 63.7 kB (PDF document)
- Extension of the Road Traffic Accident Personal Injury Scheme: proposals on fixed recoverable costs - Consultation response, 443.1 kB (PDF document)