Insurers demand action on halted whiplash reforms


Insurers are demanding that the government push ahead on reforms to compensation for minor whiplash injuries, saying they shouldn't "cave in to the vested interests of claimant law firms".

The call for action from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) came on the same day that a report claimed whiplash changes were not a government priority. 

James Dalton, director of general insurance policy at the ABI said: "The Ministry of Justice seems to be rowing back from much needed reform to the

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