Plans to cut medical assessment fees of people who claim to have suffered whiplash are part of a wave of measures to tackle Britain's "compensation culture".
- Lawyers can no longer double their fees if they win a case
- "Referral fees" paid between lawyers, insurers and claims firms have been banned
- Allowing courts to throw out compensation cases which part of the claim has proved to be fundamentally dishonest
- To ban law firms from offering incentives to clients
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