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    Referral fees are the elephant under the carpet of legal work for insurance companies and particularly trades unions, because they are less regulated.

    When a union offers a cheapskate service for small claims for personal injury, or employment tribunal claims, they are making things worse for their clients rather than better: they are settling when employers should be exposed to judgements, they are turning down or settling cases before spending the time to assess them or collect evidence, and they are giving those members who do not go to court a false sense of security.

    I have written a rather rambling home page on the subject, if anyone cares to look:

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