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Fraud

Our Insurance fraud team have assisted the insurance industry in preventing fraud related matters for a number of years building up a large team with strength in depth, providing specialist advice and advocacy, we are instructed pre and post litigation. Members work in partnership with our instructing solicitors and insurers on fraud rings, the tort of deceit, exemplary damages, and low velocity impact. We offer quality and the ability to offer a technical approach to legal points, with an ethical approach with the capacity for objective advice, above all our advocacy is both skilled and forceful in court. We provide our specialist fraud services to both insurers on whose panels we feature and to those insurers we are off-panel choice.

We have experience in the following areas:

Staged Accidents/RTA Fraud

·         Staged / contrived collisions

·         Induced accidents

·         Low speed impact (LSI) claims

·         Exaggerated losses

·         Bogus passenger claims

·         Suspicious hire and storage claims

High Value “malingering” personal injury claims

Property Insurance

Exaggerated policy claims

Complex Fraud

·         Claims involving 10 or more claimants (including bus and coach claims)

·         Claims with cumulative damages of £100,000 or more

·         Suspicious hire claims exceeding £50,000

·         Recoveries of damages from fraudsters

 

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