Aon comment on ‘toothless’ MoJ personal injury reforms

“After lengthy delays the paper has now been delivered, late and so watered down as to be almost unfit for purpose. All reform has been limited to injuries following road traffic accidents, on the basis that these constitute 75% of all injury claims. Costs and time limits for all other employers and public liability claims are unchanged and the Government has turned its back on the possibility of real sea change reforms to tackle the burgeoning compensation culture for businesses.

"It is not

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