Articles matching "fraudulent claims"
A personal injury claimant who alleged his wrist injury had been caused by a trip on a raised kerbstone, has been found in contempt of court in respect of his personal injury claim against Surrey…Read more
Two Claimants found to be fundamentally dishonest were ordered to pay exemplary damages of £3,000 as well as indemnity costs after being found to be ‘complicit in a criminal conspiracy to defraud’…Read more
When the then Secretary of State for Justice Chris Grayling announced late last year that the government was establishing an Insurance Fraud Taskforce and also that he hoped the Taskforce would…Read more
The team examines the recently published report by the Audit Commission “Protecting the Public Purse 2014: fighting fraud against local government” and draw out the key issues and recommendations for…Read more
Today’s announcement by the Insurance Fraud Bureau that it is to look to extend its remit beyond “cash for crash” motor fraud, will come as little surprise to industry watchers. The good work that the…Read more