Law Society head: fraud ads hinder genuine insurance claims
Insurance fraud costs insurance companies in Ireland an estimated €200 million annually, according to Insurance Ireland.
Advertising campaigns designed to combat insurance fraud are stopping people from pursuing genuine claims, according to the head of the Law Society.
Speaking about anti-fraud advertising campaigns, Ken Murphy, the director general of the Law Society, said: “People feel borderline embarrassed about bringing a personal injuries claim, even though they are perfectly entitled to do so, because it feels somehow disreputable to bring a claim for damages for personal injuries suffered through the negligence of...
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