Claims farming clampdown needed to cut motor costs


At a crossroads, motor insurance report August 2010 said that there was a major issue with insurers controlling their claims costs, pointing out that both intermediaries and insurers were passing non-fault claims to accident management companies.

Report author Mike Powell, insight analyst, general insurance, at Defaqto, said: "One of the reasons why this happens, from an insurer point of view, is that the service provided is probably better than their own claims service. If this scenario is

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