‘Serious questions’ to be answered as MoJ launches whiplash tariff review

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The Ministry of Justice has opened a call for evidence into the Whiplash tariff, first introduced in 2021, as part of a statutory review.

The MoJ is now accepting evidence for a statutory review into the whiplash tariff, which regulates the total amount of damages that a whiplash claimant can be entitled to. 

The tariff was introduced

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