Report on the Management of Personal Injury Claims

by admin on August 4, 2010

Public Accounts Committee Chair, Paul Maskey, and Deputy Chair, Roy Beggs, discuss the Committee’s Report on the Management of Personal Injury Claims. The Report highlights the fact that personal injury claims against Roads Service are costing the taxpayer £4 million per year, and the average cost of a claim has increased by nearly four times the rate of inflation over the past decade. The Chair and Deputy Chair also explain the main findings of the report and what lessons can be learned from it.

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John@Personal Injury Lawyer Chicago April 20, 2011 at 10:08 pm

I think a lawyer is important when it comes to personal injury claims. Often times people can be held responsible for your injuries especially if it happens in the workplace. It is always good to find out what possible settlements you may be able to get.

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