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The CMA has today published its report following its two year investigation into the private motor insurance market. The CMA has proposed three measures to increase competition, but it has stepped…Read more
From 1 October 2014, paper tax discs will cease to exist. Vehicles in England and Wales will no longer be required to display a tax disc on their windscreen as the DVLA introduces an electronic system…Read more
In the recent High Court case of Beaumont and O’Neill v Ferrer (2014) two claimants, who were seriously injured whilst attempting to fare jump a taxi, failed in their attempt to claim damages from the…Read more
This morning the MoJ have released important new information as to how they are taking forwards the incoming changes which are geared to bringing greater objectivity and lower levels of cost into…Read more
In a report issued today on the cost of motor insurance, the TSC come out in favour of changes which if implemented would impact on the claims handling process for all types of injury claim.Read more