Select Committee report focuses on whiplash claims and referral fees


The calls came as the Committee followed up the government's response to its original report in March 2011 on the cost of motor insurance.

However, the Committee took a swipe at the insurance industry for not doing more to resolve the issues that have plagued the motor market of late.

On whiplash, the Committee said that it remained unconvinced that a diagnosis that was not supported by further evidence should be enough to support a claim and that it was probably not possible for an insurer to

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