Solicitors take the jabs in court of public opinion

Solicitors take the jabs in court of public opinion

Bogus insurance claim stories have become a bread-and-butter dispatch for court reporters. But if there’s a cohort of ambulance-chasing solicitors at work, they remain elusive

Are solicitors credulous? The job by its nature requires good judgment, analytical skills and an attention to detail. So in most cases the answer would be ‘no’. But given the steady trickle of reported fraudulent and exaggerated personal injury claims making their way through the courts, it is a pertinent question.

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