Blood money

Robins, Jon
August 2005
Lawyer;8/15/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 32, p13
Trade Publication
Comments on the activities of claims companies that are trying to make money out of the London, England, bombings in 2005 by luring victims into agreements that will entitle the firms to large shares of compensation payments. Scandal regarding the activities of the claims companies in the wake of the London bombings that stiffens ministerial resolve to clamp down on their activities; Legislative bill addressing the controversy; Implications on compensation and the law.


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