The Ministry of Justice (MoJ)'s consultation paper outlining plans to scrap the right to compensation or put a cap on the amount people can claim for minor whiplash injuries has been universally welcomed by insurers.
However, lawyers and campaigners have hit out at the proposed reforms warning that it will impact the ability of individuals to seek justice.
Andrew Twambley, spokesperson for campaigning group Access to Justice criticised the timescale of the consultation which is due to close on 6
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