You reap what you sow
The media spotlight has been placed firmly on claims management companies since the collapse of the original Claims Direct and The Accident Group. Does this mean the end for the claims farmers?
Ever been stopped in the street by a person with a clipboard asking if you have had a dispute with your employer or your landlord recently? Or perhaps you were a passenger in a car crash – surely you suffered a whiplash injury? These are some of the methods used by ‘claims farmers’ and concerns have been expressed that less reputable claims assessors may even have fabricated claims, their creative powers oiled by commissions.
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