Aviva fronts up to "middle man" in motor claim report

Dominic Clayden

Aviva has today launched its Road to Reform report ahead of the Ministry of Justice's Whiplash Consultation deadline on 8 March. 

And the provider reported that if insurers handled claims directly, rather than lawyers or claims management companies, an estimated £1.5bn of excess cost could be stripped from UK motor insurance premiums.

The document claimed that the personal injury compensation culture costs motorists an extra £118 on their annual motor insurance premium.

Speaking to Insurance Age

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