May 3, 2012
The Times' Frances Gibb reports that the government's attempts to cut the soaring rates of motor insurance may also cut access to justice for genuine cases.
"John Spencer, Director of Spencer Solicitors, said that the latest plans had the "distinctive stench of influence by the insurance lobby" while the "real experts, like the doctors, are shockingly absent".
"The insurance lobby's relentless drive to stamp out whiplash claims in their entirety is a grossly misguided approach which will do little more than deny access to justice for real victims of accidents".
Read the full article Real cost of whiplash to accident victims on The Times website (subscription required).