Posts Tagged: Making a Personal Injury Claim

Fall in road accident deaths

Four percent fewer people were killed or injured on Britain’s roads in 2012 than in 2011, according to the latest Government statistics on road casualties. However, this still leaves a total of 195,723 people who were killed or injured in a road traffic accident. The figures make for grim reading: 1,754 people died as a… Read more »

‘White van man’ personal injury claims fall

There was a reduction in the number of third party personal injury claims made by ‘white van men’ last year, according to research by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA). However, they still make more claims than private car drivers. The research looks at data from across the motor insurance industry, focusing on third… Read more »