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Personal Injury Inducements Ban

A possible ban on inducements for personal injury claims was raised by a senior Ministry of Justice official at the Association of British Insurers Conference on the 14th May 2014. The official indicated that the department had concerns that the practice is being used as an incentive to bring in work.

This throws up the possibility of an inducement ban. We at Clarkson Hirst like to think that clients choose us due to the quality of service rather than offering any form of inducement. It is certainly not our practice to offer inducements to clients. Matthew Winder is a Senior Litigator member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers who specialises in this field of work and is based at our Lancaster, Kendal and Barrow offices.

Matthew Winder

15 May 2014


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