Justice Minister’s Claims Company Link
Justice minister Jonathan Djanogly got a bit of coverage in The Guardian and The Telegraph this week.
He’s the minister with responsibility for clamping down on the “compensation culture” only it turns out that his children owned shares in a so-called “Claims Management Company”….You know – the kind of people who want to find out if you’ve had an accident so they can try to sell your details to a lawyer for hundreds of pounds.
These companies produce nothing, they add thousands of pounds to the cost of claims and they leave the whole business of personal injury claims looking grubby.
They should be banned altogether – it’s that simple.
Apparently the minister’s children sold the shares at weekend ….So that’s alright then.
Read our blog post here.