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Law Society head blasts ‘insurance industry propaganda machine’

Ken Murphy questions whether the media is being fed a line when it comes to featuring 'caricature' court cases involving large awards for beer-fuelled slips and unusual falls

17th December, 2017
Ken Murphy, the head of the Law Society

Ken Murphy, the head of the Law Society, has accused what he described as the “insurance industry propaganda machine” of running expensive ad campaigns with the subliminal message that “most personal injury claims are a bit dodgy”.

In the latest edition of the podcast Legal Matters, which will be available from Tuesday, Murphy points the finger directly at insurers for recent premium hikes.

He also questions whether the media is being...

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