Government under fire over before the event myth

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The market has also reacted to a scathing report from watchdog Consumer Focus, In case of emergency, which argued that, while BTE needed to play a bigger role in widening access to justice, the current standard of products available fell way short of the mark.

There is unanimous agreement among insurers that Jackson’s proposals will kill off after the event insurance for personal injury. DAS CEO Paul Asplin has been venting his anger claiming the suggestion that BTE could simply step in has been

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