The industry shouldn’t be allowed to use false claims as a way to stiff the victims of accidents that are no fault of their own
Campaign group A2J said the government’s plans for personal injury reform could lead to mass redundancies of up to 60,000 people.
This will in turn affect income to the Treasury as well as having a knock-on effect on companies receiving outsourced business from law firms, the group said.
The way the Chancellor offtset the alleged savings from denying compensaiton to those suffering soft tissue injuries against a rise in insurnace premium tax is shameful. It’s time to make the Government and the insurance industry pay
77% of the public do not believe insurance companies will hand customers any savings made from proposed government reforms to personal injury claims, according to new research carried out on behalf of the Access to Justice (A2J) group.