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NAHL Group (AIM:NAHL) ambulance chasing attributes are highlighted in sharp sell-off

26/11/2015 · NAHL Group PLC (NAHL) 

The share prices of several firms involved in personal injury claims slumped today on news the UK government plans to limit the number of personal injury claims, following announcements by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement. The move highlighted the danger of investing in companies whose business may be built on providing a product or service of somewhat questionable morals, which seems to apply to the personal injury claims market. So what can we learn?


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