Aviva poll calls for whiplash reform


Reforms to end the "toxic compensation culture" of whiplash claims could slash motor premiums by £43, according to an Aviva survey.

In its research Road to reform, the insurer asked 2,000 consumers what they thought about whiplash, fraud and the UK compensation culture. 

According to the poll conducted by Census Wide, on behalf of Aviva, 83% of those said they want government to honour its commitment to slash motor insurance costs by reforming whiplash compensation laws.

The reform, which was

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