Insurers fear revised whiplash reforms ‘will change absolutely nothing’

A doctor looking at an xray with a patient suffering from whiplash

Insurers have questioned the “real independence” of medical experts after the second tranche of the government’s whiplash reforms revealed watered‑down proposals, which some fear could reduce their

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