The insurance industry through its recently formed Insurance Fraud Taskforce says it has grand plans to look at the personal injury claims fraud issue in depth.
Here we go again: apparently personal injury lawyers are to blame for so-called ‘compensation culture’ when it comes to increasing costs for them.
Over the last five years, Scottish councils have been paying through the nose when it comes to personal injury claims according to brand new data.
Think that personal injury claims fraud is a lawyer problem? Think again; many times the problem is within exceedingly stupid potential fraudsters.
New developments in technology could see computer engineers replacing personal injury solicitors eventually, if the newest breakthrough gains any traction.
Personal injury lawyers work hard for their clients regardless of the size of the personal injury compensation award at stake; it’s not the money that matters.
If there’s one thing that insurance providers hate to do, it’s to give away money – and when it’s because of a fraudulent personal injury claim it’s even worse.
Personal injury lawyers specialising in medical negligence have been kept incredibly busy this year according to recently released research findings.
Nobody liked claims management companies, which is why they’re so glad there’s so few of them now – yet their exit has not stopped the injury claims train.
The jury is no longer out: personal injury lawyers have no role in fraud when it comes to personal injury claims – that honour goes to idiotic claimants.
Sometimes you have to hand it to the insurance industry: they’re so keen to get one over on personal injury lawyers that they’ll go to war with them unarmed.
You might think it would have never happened, but it has: personal injury lawyers have joined forces with the Government to protest car insurance providers.