Personal Injury: Compensation:Written question - 25986


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Asked on: 04 February 2016
Ministry of Justice
Personal Injury: Compensation
To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, if he will take steps to end the offering of compensation in personal injury claims when there is no medical evidence.
Answered by: Dominic Raab
Answered on: 11 February 2016

The Government is determined to crack down on fraud and the compensation culture.

The Government recognises that offers to settle made to claimants without medical evidence may encourage opportunistic and fraudulent claims. The Government introduced new court rules in October 2014 to discourage such offers and we continue to keep the matter of third party capture, including the impacts on motor premiums, under review.

Grouped Questions: 26008

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