Articles matching "fraud"
This morning the MoJ have released important new information as to how they are taking forwards the incoming changes which are geared to bringing greater objectivity and lower levels of cost into…Read more
The Government’s proposals to require courts to dismiss claims for personal injury in the event of a finding of “fundamental dishonesty” recently moved one step closer to becoming law. What has now…Read more
Clause 45 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill passed through Committee Stage in the House of Lords yesterday without amendment. The clause seeks to introduce a range of provisions where a claim…Read more
DWF and its client RSA have successfully brought contempt proceedings against a claimant who exaggerated the nature and extent of the injuries he suffered in an accident at work and who attempted to…Read more
Since the implementation of the Jackson Reforms and certainly since Mitchell, the Courts have adopted a stricter approach to following the CPR. Is that stricter approach now beginning to inform the…Read more
At the open forum hosted by the MoJ, members of the claimant solicitor community suggested that the current system of expert reporting in whiplash cases worked well and that there was simply no need…Read more