Where do the latest political post-EU referendum developments leave the government’s civil justice reform agenda?
The task of anticipating future developments on matters of key significance to insurers following the quite unexpected result of last week’s EU referendum vote remains an almost impossible one. The…Read more
Five accidents involving 31 suspected fraudulent claims and occurring within 9 days of each other, were part of a suspected widescale criminal conspiracy to defraud RSA. The accidents were said to…Read more
Phantom passengers ordered to pay costs following a finding that their claims were fundamentally dishonest
A mother who claimed that her child was in a car with her at the time of a road traffic accident, had falsely claimed for financial gain, as neither she, nor the child were in the vehicle at the time…Read more
Jamie Azim, Senior Solicitor in DWF's London office and Niall MacLean of 12 King’s Bench Walk acted for the defendant and his motor insurers, Markerstudy, in a case that recently came before the Court…Read more
Last month, in the case of Hayden v Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, the High Court allowed the defendant to rely on surveillance evidence notwithstanding that it had been served shortly…Read more
On 13 April 2011, whilst visiting Carisbrooke Castle on the Isle of Wight, a 60 year old grandfather fell into a dry moat and suffered a serious head injury. In English Heritage v Taylor the Court of…Read more