Those with a potential personal injury claim were warned recently that time is running out before the April 2013 deadline for the new legal reforms is reached.
A new report has named Fife Police as one of the police forces in the UK that have referred road traffic accident victims to insurers for cash.
A row has broken out between brokers and insurers over payouts on personal injury claims, with brokers pointing the finger at the weak economy.
The days of mollycoddling whiplash sufferers may be coming to an end, based on new medical research that says there’s no benefit to long bouts of physiotherapy.
This year’s whiplash injury report, published earlier this week, has sought fit to abolish common myths and establish a baseline for a ‘sensible’ debate.
Score one for the good guys this week: a judge has dismissed four spurious personal injury claims stemming from one Dublin woman’s road traffic accident.
If you’re confused about the state of the accident claim sector, prepare for another head-scratcher: accidents are down, even as whiplash claims are up.
With whiplash and other injury claims already raising costs, the insurance industry has come under fire for increasing premium prices even further.
This week saw a discussion of the dangers of road traffic accidents that could lead to whiplash injury – and how doctors want the government to step in to reduce the number of whiplash claims.
This week, the biggest news in whiplash claims wasn’t that fraud drives claims volume but that the majority of doctors in the UK feel that the majority of patients exaggerate neck injuries.