ERS - The unintended consequences of whiplash reform

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The Civil Liability Bill is currently making its way through Parliament with the intention to deliver, in part, the Governments manifesto commitment to reduce insurance costs for ordinary motorists by tackling the high number and cost of whiplash claims.

Having survived largely unscathed through the House of Lords, the Bill will go through its second reading in the House of Commons next week. In fact, for such a contentious bill, its passage has been remarkably smooth, aided perhaps by the seemingly endless chain of Brexit related crises that have provided the backing track for what amounts to ground breaking legislation.

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