Pressure group hits back at ABI compensation culture claim


The move comes in repsonse to the ABI's report, Tackling the Compensation Culture: The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill, which has called for action to tackle the aggressive activities of some claims management firms and measures be taken on fraudulent whiplash claims and referral fees for personal injury cases.

Ajag co-ordinator Andrew Dismore claimed that there was no such thing as a compensation culture arguing that 23% of road accident victims do not bother to claim and

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