Insurers must change their approach to fraud post-whiplash reform - Kennedys

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Despite the reforms’ intention of reducing fraud, law firm partner believes the threat of fraudulent claims will remain the same after 31 May

Following the implementation of part one of the whiplash reforms on 31 May, insurers will need to change how they tackle fraud in order to adopt a more “proactive and front loaded” approach, said Martin Stockdale, partner and head of fraud at law firm Kennedys.

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