Motor insurance companies are encouraging fake whiplash claims by not subjecting claimants to proper medical checks, the chair of a transport committee has warned.
Louise Ellman MP told Good Morning Britain that industry leaders "have to act more responsibly and not just pay out without an examination".
MPs have called for whiplash payouts to be banned unless victims' claims have been checked independently.
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