The accident claim industry in the UK, plagued by criminals and unscrupulous operators, is said to be worth in excess of £3 billion on an annual basis, experts say.
According to one recent report, new car designs have been a significant contributory factor to an uptick in the number of RTAs on British roads.
Proposals to ban no win no fee conditional fee arrangements have been put before Parliament, said Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly recently.
Thousands of Brits got behind the wheel for an Easter day out with their families this month and accident claim experts predict that the number of traffic accident claims to have occurred was high.
Recently conducted research that local authorities have had to deal with an upswing in car accident claims brought against them due to issues caused by potholes left unfilled.
Drivers have been encouraged to make injury claims by their insurers, according to a new report recently published by the Treasury Select Committee.
Despite the number of accidents in the UK falling this year, the number of drivers and passengers seeking personal injury compensation has been increasing.
Injury solicitors in Scotland have recently raised concerns that the government’s current plan to change the clocks to bring an hour of sunlight later into the evening could end up causing more car accident claims.
People who play driving simulators on their games console or computer submit more car accident claims than people who don’t, says one new recently released study.
One car accident claim expert has recently warned those suffering from whiplash to take their injuries seriously.
Due to freezing weather leaving Scotland’s road network pitted with potholes, traffic accident claims have increased significantly.
Motorists in Scotland are predicted to submit millions of pounds worth of accident claims as weather-ravaged roads lead to damage done to vehicles in the region.
According to one firm, no win no fee accident claims may rise after the Christmas celebration season.
According to a recent report from one firm, whiplash accident claims are contributing to the rising costs of car insurance for UK motor vehicle operators.
One car accident claims cheat has been nabbed for his role in a crash for cash scheme that saw him pocketing thousands in personal injury compensation for injuries sustained by nonexistent passengers.