One in nine whiplash claims has element of fraud
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One in nine whiplash claims has element of fraud

Millions of motorists could see their car insurance premiums reduced as a result of plans to cut compensation for whiplash injuries.

The operations director for insurance company Aviva, Andrew Morrish, welcomed the government's plans to crack down on fraudulent whiplash claims. He told the Today programme "even when compensation is payable, it won't be payable without a medical report."

  • 17 Nov 2016
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