PI firms will have 'no other choice but to close' following whiplash reform

Forrester suggests the CIO isn't respectecd by some business peers

Andrew Twambley, a spokesman for Access to Justice, told Post that many personal injury law firms face diminishing revenue, business decline, and even closure, as a result of government reform. "It's going to be a matter of whether the firm can turn a profit or not. We have to ensure that we can provide customers with a service and keep revenue coming in," said Twambley. "At the current rates it is very difficult; it's barely worth taking on a case. Under the original proposals we would have bee