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Truss respects legal industry whiplash concerns

When George Osborne announced in his autumn statement that he intended to raise the small claims limit to £5,000 and…

ABI reaffirms its support for small claims limit increase

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has urged the government to increase the small claims limit from £1,000-£5,000 once more…

Aviva contradict own industry’s claims with 2% fraudulent claims admission

Major motor insurance company, Aviva has been embarrassingly caught out for contradicting their own industry’s figures, after it was revealed…

CMCs face hefty fines under new Ministry of Justice proposals

If proposals by the government are pushed through, rogue claims management companies (CMCs) will face fines of up to 20%…

Medical panels to be created for whiplash claims MoJ confirms

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced that they are to begin the process of forming medical panels to assess…

Insurers willing to end pre-med offers according to Ministry of Justice

The government has claimed that the insurance industry are willing to end the practice of making accident victims settlement offers…

The Transport Select Committee launches fresh whiplash inquiry

The Transport Select Committee (TSC) has launched a fresh whiplash inquiry amid criticisms of the government for ignoring their previous…

APU warn motorists over flash-for-cash scam

The accident investigation firm, APU, has warned all motorists to beware of the new tactic for road traffic accident fraud,…

Are the insurers reading the same report as everyone else?

It would appear that following the release of the Transport Select Committee’s whiplash inquiry report, the Association of British Insurers’…

Personal injury small claims limit increase opposed by Transport Select Committee

The Transport Select Committee has warned the government against increasing the small claims limit for personal injury and warned the…

Insurers want whiplash claimant damages reduced

You would have thought after all the campaigning and success in convincing the government to slash legal fees, that the…

New rules on CMC services to give customers better protection

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has unveiled new rules that are designed to offer customers who use the services of…

Government set to miss target for CMC complaints handling switch

It has been revealed that the government are almost certain to miss its target in relation to the switch-over for…

Referral fee ban failing to reduce road traffic accident claims

When the government proposed and implemented the referral fee ban the main justification was that they believed it would reduce…

MASS warn transport select committee against increasing small claims limit

The Motor Accident Solicitors Society (MASS) has warned the Transport Select Committee (TSC) against increasing the small claims track from…

Myth of increasing whiplash claims dispelled by APIL

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) came out fighting in a bid to save the genuine claimant’s access to…

Insurers want whiplash claims limitation period cut

Lloyds Market Association (LMA) has called for the limitation period for which a whiplash claim can be brought to be…

ABI findings stick the boot in personal injury sector in whiplash inquiry

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has stuck the boot into the personal injury sector once more by submitting findings…

MASS pledge to continue campaign for key changes

The Motor Accident Solicitors Society (MASS) has pledged to continue to campaign for what they see as key changes to…

All eyes on the insurers according to former Justice Minister

The former Justice Minister, Jonathan Djanogly has warned insurers across the United Kingdom that the ‘eyes of government’ will be…

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