Ban on referral fees is not the only answer says Biba

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Graeme Trudgill, Biba head of corporate affairs, said: "Biba does not believe that banning referral fees in personal injury cases is necessarily the right and only way to reduce motor insurance premiums. Referral fees are not the only factor contributing to the increasing costs of motor insurance. Other factors to be taken into consideration include fraud and uninsured driving.

"We also have concerns that this could impact access to justice for customers when they need it most. The current

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