01 Jun 2016 / Annoucement by NAH
National Accident Helpline (NAH), NAHL Group plc’s Personal Injury (PI) division, has created a new position within its senior management team – Head of Partnerships – as it continues to focus on how the business can further grow in an ever-changing PI landscape.
22 Mar 2016 / Article by Wall Street Journal
NAHL Group PLC (NAH.LN) Tuesday reported a 16% rise in 2015 pretax profit and said it remains optimistic about the medium term opportunities, even though it expects 2016 to be a year of consolidation until the exact nature of the regulatory changes are clarified.
28 Jan 2016 / Article by Shares Magazine
A reassuring pre-close update (20 Jan) from personal injury marketing specialist NAHL (NAH:AIM) is a good cue to look at its recovery potential after a sell-off on proposed changes to whiplash compensation.
13 Jan 2016 / Article by The Daily Mail
NAHL, the operator of the National Accident Helpline, jumped 20 per cent or 46.75p to 275p after analysts gave the thumbs up to its £2million acquisition of Searches UK, a leading residential property conveyancing search provider in England and Wales.
13 Jan 2016 / The Daily Telegraph
On Aim, NAHL, the group that owns National Accident Helpline, was among the top risers - up 20.5pc to 275p - following Monday’s announcement that it had acquired Searches UK.
11 Jan 2016 / Legal Futures
NAHL Group – the listed business that owns National Accident Helpline – has grown its footprint in the conveyancing market with the acquisition of a property search company.
27 Oct 2015 /
NAH leads effort to stamp out unethical marketing practices from the personal injury sector
Parliamentary roundtable brings together industry representatives, regulators and MPs
13 Oct 2015 / Article by The Times
NAHL operates the National Accident Helpline and is well known for its adverts on daytime television, putting clients in touch with its team of specialist lawyers. It is now buying Bush and Company Rehabilitation, which offers such services to those who have suffered what are described as “catastrophic” injuries.
13 Oct 2015 / Article by The Daily Telegraph
Aim-listed consumer marketing business NAHL crept 3.9pc higher to 395p after splashing out £25m for Bush & Company Rehabilitation, a provider of specialist services to the catastrophic injuries market, in its biggest deal since listing last year.
13 Oct 2015 / Article by Legal Futures
National Accident Helpline (NAH) has announced its third and largest acquisition since becoming a listed company, after agreeing to buy Bush & Company Rehabilitation Ltd for £28m.
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