No Win No Fee
TRUE win more than 9 out of 10 Cases
The prevalence of RTA-related whiplash claims
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Tariff to regulate damages for RTA-related whiplash claims
The 20% Discretionary Uplift in Exceptional Circumstances
Banning the settlement of claims without medical evidence.
The Impact of raising the small claims limit to £5,000 for RTA-related whiplash claims
Do fraudulent whiplash claims represent a significant problem and, if so, whether the proposed reforms would tackle this effectively
The role of Claims Management Companies.
 Para 7.56 on page 94 of the Impact Assessment
 Para 1.26 on page 13 of the Impact Assessment
 Box 1 on page 39 of the Impact Assessment
 Paragraph 7.7, page 87 of the Impact Assessment
Figures from table on page 90 of Impact Assessment
Paragraph 5.8, page 84 of the Impact Assessment
Box 5, page 39 of the Impact Assessment
Paragraph 2.141, page 45 of the Impact Assessment
Based on 27,378 RTA cases from Defendant insurer A and 11,420 RTA cases from Defendant insurer B where the claim settled for less than £15,000.
Page 9, The Costs of Low Value RTA Claims 1997-2002 (January 31, 2003) by Paul Fenn and Neil Rickman
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