Personal injury legal challenges ‘must be dealt with urgently’

Insurance reform advocates appeal for clarity after five constitutional challenges launched to personal injury guidelines introduced earlier this year

14th November, 2021
Personal injury legal challenges ‘must be dealt with urgently’
Peter Boland, director of the Alliance for Insurance Reform, said the challenges were ‘disappointing but not surprising’

It is “critical” that a spate of legal challenges to personal injury guidelines are urgently dealt with to provide clarity to claimants and insurers, insurance reform advocates have said.

Court filings show that five separate constitutional challenges to personal injury guidelines introduced earlier this year have been launched, as well as one judicial review. It’s thought more are likely to be lodged over the coming months.

Peter Boland, director of the...

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