Axa turns its back on referral fees

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The move has come in response to the former Secretary of State for Justice, Jack Straw's call for referral fees to be banned in an article published in The Times.

The insurer said it had never sold customer details to personal injury lawyers or accident management companies, and with immediate effect would no longer accept fees from personal injury lawyers when it put its customers in contact with them to pursue valid claims.

Axa has estimated that around half of the recent increases in motor

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