Whiplash plans to 'cut car insurance premiums by £40'

Whiplash plans to 'cut car insurance premiums by £40'
 

Millions of motorists could see their car insurance premiums reduced as a result of plans to cut compensation for whiplash injuries.
Whiplash claims have risen by 50% over the last decade, costing insurance companies about £1bn a year.
The government said insurers have pledged to pass on the savings, worth about £40 a year.
Following a promise made last year, ministers are looking at scrapping the right to compensation or capping it.
In its consultation, the Ministry of Justice suggests that such payments - which are separate to medical bills or loss of earnings - could be banned.
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17 November 2016 in Business, Views: 74
Source: BBC
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