Industry faces ‘serious’ question over treatment of non-tariff personal injury claims

personal injury, law

’The increase of wrist, elbow and knee claims has to be a real concern,’ the chief executive and managing partner of Horwich Farrelly warned

The insurance sector faces a “serious” question over the treatment of non-tariff personal injury claims following road traffic accidents, the chief executive and managing partner of specialist insurance law firm Horwich Farrelly has said.

Ronan McCann told Insurance Times the move to a tariff system for whiplash injuries had been a big plus for insurers, but also created a new threat for those joint injuries which fall outside of it.

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