Disproportionate costs, inconsistent medical evidence and rising volumes are just some of the issues concerning insurers when it comes to noise-induced hearing loss claims.
Given predictions around future volumes and the failure of recent legislative changes to address these concerns, insurers are exploring numerous strategies to help identify and settle genuine claims quickly – while firmly defending those that are spurious, invalid or fraudulent.
In 2011, legal firm Weightmans carried out resear
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