Posted: January 8th, 2015 2:02pm +00:00

Solving the problem of potholes

Potholes are a major source of claims for those local authorities operating a highways service. In fact back in 2012 the compensation bill was estimated at between £15M and £20M with the average cost of a car repair being £220.

Many of our local authority clients will routinely process such claims and are therefore keen to reduce these costs wherever possible. In light of this issue a number of organisations attempt to give advice & guidance upon how such claims can be reduced- one such entity is the Public Policy Exchange who are running an event on the 28th of January at the Grange Wellington Hotel in London.

More information can be accessed here.

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