Key changes ahead on fraudulent injury claims

It's not usually on a Saturday that Government makes an announcement of another potentially significant reform affecting the handling of all types of injury claims, but that's what took place this last weekend, 7 June.

Only last Thursday, 5 June, the Law Commission announced that they had decided not to include the issue of fraud by victims of personal injury in its 12th programme of reform. The reason given was that it had heard from Government that it was still considering its position on the issue, and that the Law Commission had regarded Government support as essential for the reform to be included in its reform programme.

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Simon Denyer


I am the Strategic Legal Development Partner within the Insurance team.