Why protocol arrangements could reduce motor insurance premiums

Clint Milnes, chief information officer of Winn Group, insists by working with accident management companies insurers can reduce the cost of motor insurance.

As an accident management company, we believe there are a number of ways in which motor insurers could improve their claims handling processes through the use of protocol arrangements which in turn

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