Transport Committee – report on rising insurance cost

Report of transport committee of House of Commons

11 March 2011

Although almost historical, I am pleased to bring you the Committee findings. I was one of those who provided evidence.

Fraud is one of the main factors driving up the cost of motor insurance, says the cross party transport committee of the House of Commons. Wider access to justice should not provide a licence to make false personal injury claims under car insurance policies. A dedicated police unit – paid for by the insurance industry – should be established to tackle this escalating problem. Continue reading “Transport Committee – report on rising insurance cost”