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One major provider of discount car insurance in the UK has recently pledged its future to London, as the chief executive officer of the firm has said that it is ‘here to stay.’
Motor car insurance policy holders are paying through the nose as a result of costly car accident claims according to the Association of British Insurers, with the industry body reporting that legal fees alone originating from personal injury cases amount to £2.4 million on a daily basis – and car insurance companies are passing the bill along to their customers.
According to the Association of British Insurers, the five types of personal injury-related motor car insurance claims made most often are for brain damage, back injuries, amputations, broken bones, and whiplash injuries, with whiplash alone costing car insurance companies more than £2 billion every year.
The Government continues to examine high car insurance rates as cabinet ministers prepare to address ways to reduce the rampant increase in motor car insurance claims for whiplash-related injuries, experts say.
The lack of discount car insurance in the UK has quickly become a hot-button political issue as premium prices continue to rise for the average motorist.
The growing number of whiplash claims is to blame for the inability to find discount car insurance in the UK, according to a new Government report.
So-called ‘credit hire’ firms may be the reason the UK is plagued with rising car insurance rates, as these companies will pay car insurance companies £300 or so for the personal details of third-party motorists involved in traffic collisions.
One car insurance comparison site recently said texting while driving is an incredibly dangerous activity, and backed up the statement with figures from the recent BlackBerry connection blackout last week.
Nearly four out of every ten motor car insurance owners have admitted to flouting the law in order to check their mobiles whilst behind the wheel, a survey recently revealed.