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Fraud Rings - Motor

Key contact

Ruth Needham

Ruth Needham

Partner

T: 01204 677283

Fraud Rings - Motor

As the only specialist fraud rings team in the market, our unit provides a robust and coordinated response to the increased threat of organised criminal gangs who target the motor insurance industry.

Keoghs’ unrivalled reputation in this area has been aided by several ground-breaking operations, and our ability to pursue civil sanctions has ultimately helped the long term fight against co-ordinated fraud rings.

We also work in tandem with the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) and the police where necessary, to ensure that our civil case strategy is in keeping with any ongoing or planned criminal action.

Check out this morning's Claimed and Shamed on @BBCOne to see our counter fraud partner James Heath discussing an i… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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