93 Percent of Brits Support Clampdown on Whiplash Claims

May 22, 2012

Over 93 percent of Brits welcome the government’s clampdown on car insurance claims for whiplash injuries, according to an opinion poll from MoneySupermarket.com.

The insurance comparison site’s web poll, conducted earlier this month, asked site users whether they welcomed the proposals outlined at the government’s motor insurance summit, which included plans for whiplash victims to be assessed by an independent panel of doctors.

Two thirds said they agreed with the proposals because they thought the compensation culture was getting out of control and a further 27 percent also agreed with the measures because they are annoyed false whiplash claims are bumping up insurance costs.

Source: MoneySupermarket.com

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