Amid controversial reforms to current Ministry of Justice rules over compensation claims and whiplash cases, there are reports that the personal injury market is ready to increase by a modest 1.6% between now and the next 4 years. The report is based on work conducted by a Coventry based market research consultancy firm IRN Research….
The Prison’s and Court’s Bill changes may leave injured claimants under-compensated. It also still does not resolve what many in the legal sector know – that it will line insurers’ pockets. The new bill, introduced by MoJ (Ministry of Justice) Minister Liz Truss, puts forward an introduction of fixed tariffs to control the payments of whiplash compensation claims….
Accordingly to economists 80 per cent of people directly employed in the personal injury business face losing their jobs if Ministry of Justice reforms become law. The number of people directly employed in the personal injury market includes lawyers, claims management companies, insurers and medical reporting agencies. The consultation period for the proposed justice reforms…
The government recently announced a clampdown on whiplash compensation claims. Insurers consistently lobbied the government for years that too many claims for whiplash had been fraudulent. Yet something here is not correct > Read on. The Ministry of Justice announced tough new action thinking it can target the so-called ‘whiplash culture’. The Association of British…
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