At Insurance Times’s first Fraud Charter event of the year - held virtually - delegates debated the ins and outs of the new whiplash portal
There could be unintended consequences arising from the whiplash reforms, according to David Parkin, deputy director for civil justice and law policy at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), who was speaking during Insurance Times’s first Fraud Charter roundtable of the year.
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