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Fraud: Court Of Appeal Expresses Contempt For Discontinuance Tactic
The Court of Appeal recently granted an insurer's appeal against an order refusing permission to bring contempt proceedings against a Claimant who had discontinued his action.
UK
7 Jun 2019
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Fraudulent Claims Result In Custodial Sentences
Contempt proceedings were brought on behalf of Admiral Insurance following the failed attempt by the three Defendants to make fraudulent insurance claims in relation to a staged road traffic accident.
UK
26 Nov 2018
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Fundamental Dishonesty: Claimant Gets No Award For Melodramatic Performance
A significant claim for personal injury made by a Claimant with links to the film industry was dismissed after a Judge decried his 'performance' in the witness box as "exaggeration and fabrication".
UK
2 Aug 2018
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Fundamental Dishonesty: Claimant's Fraudulent Exaggeration Cuts No Ice
Project Martello, our market leading strategy for dealing with fraudulently exaggerated claims has resulted in another successful result for our clients.
UK
19 Jul 2018
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The Truth About Fundamental Dishonesty
Three years ago, new legislation in England and Wales filled a gap that has existed in third-party personal injury claims.
UK
22 Mar 2018
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On The Offensive: Further Success For Market Leading Section 57 Strategy
The Claimant's genuine injury claim had been substantially exaggerated, and on production of evidence to this end, the Claimant agreed to pay our costs to exit the claim.
UK
2 Feb 2018
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Questions Remain After High Court Offers Guidance On Section 57 Fundamental Dishonesty
The High Court has provided guidance how section 57 fundamental dishonesty will be addressed by the courts, but questions remain on how the provision should be applied on a case by case basis.
UK
29 Jan 2018
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Ahmed & Ors v Holden (2016)
Nine Claimants (adults and minors), who were all members of the same family, were driving two cars (a Hyundai and a Toyota) 'in convoy' when the Defendant allegedly hit one of the cars from behind.
UK
27 Jun 2016
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Jones & Ryan Campbell v Fannon
Jones & Ryan Campbell v Fannon was a bogus passenger case which saw us defend two personal injury claims, the basis being that the Claimants' van was empty at the time of the contact.
UK
14 Jun 2016
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Judge Dismisses Claims In Unusual Fraud Trial Win
This recent successful fraud trial win, demonstrates that nothing is certain with regards to suspected fraud cases and that the unexpected can always happen.
UK
20 Apr 2016
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