Opinion: Jeff Zindani

February 2003
Lawyer;2/24/2003, p19
Trade Publication
The author discusses how insurance companies have not been forced to change along with the reforms made in the personal injury sector. He notes how the introduction of procedural rules regarding accident law in Great Britain has undergone drastic change since 2000 and how insurance companies have made an effort to influence public opinion regarding personal injury law regulation.


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