"DWF Evaluate allows our teams to confidently identify the correct regime for costs in any set of circumstances, and check the cost claims presented to them. What sets it apart from other costs calculators is the capability to compare the predicted total cost of a claim in a variety of scenarios when deciding how to proceed. It's invaluable in helping handlers understand the options open to them."– Claims Manager (Motor Insurance)
DWF Evaluate is our online decision support tool for personal injury claims handling, designed specifically for our insurance clients.
Accessible through our password-protected client extranet, DWF Evaluate is an online system for recording, managing and calculating costs on personal injury claims for motor, EL and PL cases. Designed with insurers and claims handlers in mind, DWF Evaluate helps your team ensure that the correct payment of costs are calculated on all third party personal injury claims. It allows handlers to compare different handling approaches, for instance, the introduction of a contributory negligence argument, and assess the impact of this on the overall cost of the claim.
With our clear, intuitive DWF Evaluate platform, our insurance clients get the following:
For more information download the DWF Evaluate brochure
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The data from Claims Portal for July allows a further sighting of likely future claims numbers on the eve of the Civil Liability Bill proceeding to Second Reading in the House of Commons.
The June portal data is now available and allows an up to date of latest trends which continue to appear to be affected by the incoming Civil Liability Bill and accompanying Small Claims Track changes where the Bill has entered the House of Commons with its Second Reading due to take place on 4 September.
The release of May's portal data allows an updated review of the latest claims trends and demonstrates the emergence of what are likely to be new trends which can be set against the back drop of the ongoing progress through parliament of Part 1 of the Civil Liability Bill.