Matthew is an associate and chartered legal executive in Keoghs motor fraud team. He has worked within the civil litigation arena since 2003 undertaking motor and public and employers’ liability work from both a defendant and claimant perspective. Having joined Keoghs’ in 2009, he is now a technical supervisor and deputy client account manager but also maintains a hands-on role handling litigated motor fraud cases.
Matthew is the strategy lead for Keoghs’ healthcare enabled fraud team tasked with investigating and validating medical evidence and treatment, developing ‘Know your Opponent’ strategies and delivering training both internally and externally.
Latest Insights by Matthew Ruck
We recently published an impact assessment following the decision by MedCo to temporarily lift the ban on remote video examinations. The recording of such video examinations is optional but we suggested that compensators should put the claimant on notice that they expect the examination to be recorded and they may seek sight of that recording. Here we look at the reasons for this and the admissibility of such recordings.
News And Events 18/05/2020
In January 2018 physiotherapist, Adeyinka Adeshina, was handed an 18 month suspension following investigations by Keoghs and Mulsanne Insurance. Following further hearings, Mr Adeshina’s name has now been struck from the register.
Due to COVID-19 MedCo has temporarily lifted its ban on remote video examinations. Keoghs healthcare-enabled fraud team considers the impact of this, looking at the possible challenges compensators may face and offering guidance.