ABI makes deal with CJC

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has embraced the "sensible and pragmatic" approach by the Civil Justice Council (CJC) of an agreement to end disputes with solicitors over legal costs in road accident claims involving conditional fee agreement. The deal follows discussions chaired by the CJC and involving the ABI, the Law Society, and the Motor Accident Solicitor's Society. It establishes the success fee an insurer will pay the claimant's solicitor in a third-party motor claim. This fee

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