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Further to what Anon 14:16 said, the CNF should not simply be a way of providing a Third Party Insurer with the Claimant's details so that they can contact them directly with a settlement offer.

Also, I presume that the purpose of Haven's stance here is to make solicitor involvement at that stage essentially negligible in law, so that any attempts at direct settlement will not be considered 'pre-medical' under the new reforms? "Can't be pre-medical sir, solicitors wouldn't have got paid anyway!"

Always looking for the back door to avoid the awkward bits they don't like in legislation they've lobbied for.

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