ABI calls for reform in personal injury compensation

In April 2007 the Government published proposals for a faster, fairer, more cost efficient compensation system. Implementing these proposals now would save 110 million days a year in delays dealing with personal injury claims following motor accidents alone.

Speaking at an ABI parliamentary reception to launch Adding Insult to Injury: the need for reform of the personal injury compensation system, Stephen Haddrill, the ABI’s Director General, said: “Our compensation system is failing many

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