Fraud Aware March 2019
To celebrate the first edition of our new format, along with the counter-fraud team’s success at the Insurance Fraud Awards, this issue delves into a range of subjects, taking a look at both the present and future of insurance fraud.
Ruth Needham and Damian Ward examine what current trends and the Civil Liability Act mean for counter-fraud strategy, both now and in the near future.
Away from the crystal ball, Intel Technical Director, Lindsay Bottomley discusses practical techniques and pitfalls for social media analysis.
Meanwhile Director of Casualty Fraud, Emma Welsh, puts casualty fraud under the microscope, uncovering some proven strategies which have seen the team register fantastic results. If that’s not enough to whet your appetite, how about a Q&A with our new FOIL president, James Heath?
Ruth Needham takes a look in her crystal ball at the future of fraud
After much debate (and much more delay), the Government’s much-vaunted whiplash reforms are upon us in the form of the Civil Liability Act 2018 (CLA).
Unlocking the chain of evidence.
Post-LASPO it was anticipated that the industry would see a migration of claims from the motor to casualty arena...
2018 proved to be a momentous year for Keoghs Partner, James Heath.
The civil procedure rules provide the framework in which litigation is conducted.