Implications of Brexit on the Government’s plans to reform personal injury

Commenting on the implications of Brexit on the Government’s plans to reform personal injury, Martin Coyne, chairman of Access to Justice (A2J) said:

“The political turmoil, which will follow the out vote, may well push the personal injury reform proposals down the agenda, especially as they are sponsored by HM Treasury.

But rest assured, the insurance industry will do its best to keep them on the Government’s radar, and we cannot be complacent.

A2J will continue to fight for the rights of ordinary people to seek redress when they are injured through no fault of their own, and we fully intend to continue to make the case to Government, that its plans to erase the legal rights of 60 million voters are misguided and wrong. A2J won’t be satisfied until these plans disappear altogether.”