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Simple for insurers to do. There is no rule against maintenance and champerty provisions anymore so they can legitimately do this. It may not be what solicitors want but they knew full well what they were unleashing when they abolished these provisions. I don’t see anything wrong with what they are doing. The relaxation of those rules was to free up the market for the consumer and all solicitors should have either known at the time or know now. Relaxation was not to make a nice little earner for an industry and its third party claims waltz.Scruff
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