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Courts Bill could raise GP premiums

GPs' insurance premiums could rise if courts are allowed to order regular payments be made to claimants instead of a one-off lump sum. The Courts Bill, to be debated in the House of Lords this week, proposes to allow courts to review settlements to see if they cover the claimant's care costs.

The Medical Protection Society said it would cause uncertainty about liabilities.

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