Survivors of the London Bridge terror attack who suffered serious injuries when they were hit by a hired van are claiming compensation from the insurer of the rental company.
The group will make a claim against Probus, the insurance company for Hertz, to pay for medical costs.
Terrorist ringleader Khuram Butt, 27, hired the white Renault Master van hours before launching the attack which killed eight people and injured dozens more.
He, Youssef Zaghba, 22, and Rachid Redouane, 30, drove ploughed the van into people on London Bridge - killing Xavier Thomas and Christine Archibald and injuring several other people - before stabbing passers-by at random near Borough Market.
Many of those who survived these dreadful attacks, as with the Westminster attack, have been left with life-changing injuries.
The law was changed in 2017, just before the Westminster Bridge attack by extremist Khalid Masood, to allow victims of terror attacks to make claims against car rental companies.
However Mr Maguire warned that this has created a two-tier system, because those who were stabbed have to claim from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Agency, which provides smaller payouts.
These tragic events expose a stark two-tier system for compensating victims of terror attacks. Those hit by van are able to pursue a normal civil claim against the insurer, which means we are able to quickly secure vital financial support for ongoing care, rehabilitation and loss of earnings.