ABI welcomes vote on banning referral fees


The news was welcomed by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) which said the government's proposed amendment to the Bill reflected a commitment to wider and much-needed reforms to civil litigation as called for by the trade body.

In a statement the association added: "The ABI has argued for a ban on the payment and receipt of referral fees in personal injury cases as those fees encourage exaggerated and fraudulent injury claims. Such fees also lead to people being bombarded with nuisance

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