Friday June 5, 2020

Firms hit by rising premiums say that online companies are ‘claims harvesting’

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
9th June, 2019

Businesses facing rising insurance costs believe that a group of online companies are “claims harvesting” and pushing through a significant number of personal injury cases.

The government has argued that there was “no compelling argument” for specific regulation of the sector, claiming only a handful of sites were operating.

One such site buying ads online last week was Claims.ie: “Free legal advice Ireland! Find out how much you can claim. Find...

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