Behind the story: How digging for details unearthed a scandal – The Times

Posted November 14th, 2008 in claims management, fees, industrial injuries, law firms, news by sally

“It was meant to give sick and dying men recompense for the irreparable damage to their health caused by years of mining coal. Yet the legacy of the world’s biggest private injury compensation scheme is the number of opulent houses, private jets and luxury cars purchased with the profits of the solicitors who handled their claims.”

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The Times,14th November 2008