RSA's Carolyn Mackenzie on the delicate balance struck by whiplash reforms

Carolyn Mackenzie, director of complex claims at RSA

This month marked the second reading in the House of Commons of the Civil Liability Bill, a piece of legislation that – while still several months from Royal Assent – has been the subject of much

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