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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
Gabriel Fay has recently succeeded in obtaining an order disapplying the rules on Qualified One Way Costs Shifting due to a finding of fundamental dishonesty at trial.Read more
Increased levels of litigated claims in the short term should be expected as a result of recent developments in parliament, as claimants and their lawyers have been rushing to beat the incoming…Read more
What effect would an incoming Labour government next May have on the various reforms affecting the handling of insurance claims which have been brought in during the current parliament?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