The UK’s Civil Liability Bill is making its way towards becoming a law, passing its second reading in the House of Commons, but not without scrutiny beyond Parliament walls.
Perhaps the biggest critic of the proposed reforms is Access to Justice (A2J), whose spokesperson Andrew Twambley believes the latest debate “has made clear that the government has got its priorities wrong.” In A2J’s view, insurance firms are unfairly favoured in the whole endeavour to change personal injury claims in the UK.
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