Thursday June 4, 2020

Failing to get a measure of insurance fraud

It’s a case of pass the parcel of blame, as vested interests just can’t agree on how to combat what they all agree is a scourge

9th June, 2019

The one certainty in the great insurance debate is that no one vested interest ever agrees with another.

Insurers, solicitors, judges, representative bodies and government all pass the parcel of blame among each other as consumers and businesses watch their premiums continue to soar. It’s practically an unwritten rule.

There appears to be one exception, however. All agree that exaggerated and fraudulent claims are a “scourge” that must be dealt with – even...

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