Two of the biggest Parliamentary influences in this debate have been the Transport Select Committee and former Cabinet minister Jack Straw's bid to ban referral fees. Next Tuesday the group will be meeting Mr Straw and the chair of the Transport Select Committee, Louise Ellman as it bids to bring together the different strands of this key debate.
Tuesday, 17 January at 4.30pm in Room B, 1 Parliament Street
The Transport Select Committee: The Cost of Motor Insurance
What will happen next following the publication of the report on 12 January 2012?
Louise Ellman MP, chair of the Transport Select Committee
Rt Hon Jack Straw MP
We have also confirmed the details of the following two meetings
Tuesday 31 January, 4.30pm, Room S, Portcullis House
Pricing challenges in motor insurance in 2012 and beyond
The impact of the ban on gender as a price differentiator and making motor insurance affordable for young drivers
Mike Brockman, founder and joint CEO, Insure the Box
Richard King, CEO, Ingenie
Grant Mitchell, head of motor insurance, Co-operative Insurance
Adrian Webb, head of corporate communications, esure & Sheilas' Wheels
Tuesday 21 February, 4.30pm, Room S, Portcullis House
The role of medical experts in personal injury disputes
Countering the myth that whiplash diagnoses are always delivered by third rate doctors, in the pay of claims management companies or personal injury lawyers
Dr Simon Margolis, CEO and Donald Fowler, MD of Premex Group
Dr John Canning, Chair of the Professional Fees Committee, British Medical Association
These meetings are open to members of the public but accommodation is sometimes limited.
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