Peers debate whether whiplash injury tariff rates are ‘fundamentally flawed’ or ‘the right level’

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Last week’s House of Lords debate revealed mixed perspectives from peers, however some are concerned that extra minor injuries added to whiplash claims may ‘dilute’ the effects of the planned reforms

David Blackman reports on last week’s House of Lords debate surrounding the new whiplash injury tariffs, collating industry viewpoints and peer perspectives.

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