Passengers involved in road accidents are failing to claim for compensation despite being legally entitled to do so, according to a new study by RAC Legal Services.
According to the study, 75% of Britons are unaware of their legal rights and confused about when they can make a claim.
The most common factor impeding a passenger from making a claim in the event of a road accident is if the driver is a loved one. Fifty two percent of the 2,500 people questioned said they would not claim after an
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