Concerns grow for unrepresented claimants as trends appear in OIC figures

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The fourth set of figures from the Official Injury Claims portal shows that the number of unrepresented claimants still make less than 10% of those using the portal, with the claimant sector concerned about ability of accident victims to get support they need to pursue a claims.

The fourth tranche of data from the portal, launched at the end of May, shows that 8.6% of claimants were unrepresented through process in April to June.

In previous set of data, for December to

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