Insurers playing a cynical game over whiplash as Government mulls reforms

Is George Osborne’s whiplash baby being thrown out with the bath water that disappeared into the Downing Street gutter when Theresa May booted him out of Number 11? That’s not exactly clear.  For those unfamiliar with this story, the former Chancellor came up with the idea of scrapping the payment of general damages for “minor” injuries caused by road traffic accidents such as, you’ve guessed it, whiplash. Victims would still be eligible for compensation for loss of earnings after a smash and would also be offered treatment. But that’s more…

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