Fraud Aware Issue 4
Welcome to another edition of Keoghs’ regular Fraud AWARE. Fraud Aware 4
In this issue we cover a variety of subjects including late notified claims, low speed impacts and healthcare-enabled fraud.
Fraser McAndry, director of credit hire fraud, contributes our latest fraud blog where he shines a light on CHOs and AMCs involved in fraudulent credit hire claims.
Partner, Ewen Gardiner, covers the subject of surveillance evidence - a common challenge for many claims handlers at present.
And finally, we touch on the different regimes used to find a claimant ‘fundamentally dishonest’. Knowing the difference between the regimes is crucial, as the costs consequences may surprise you!
Costs have been awarded to LV= following fraudulent personal injury claims brought up to 23 months after the accident.
Keoghs annual Fraud Index illustrates new levels of sophistication amongst fraudsters who are increasingly aware of detection methods used.
The post-LASPO personal injury market has seen huge changes with the new claimant models needing more, not less, volume of claims to survive...
Are there really more claimants that need medical treatment or is healthcare simply the latest way to inflate costs?
Keoghs helps AXA PPP recover over £120,000 following mis-billing investigation into Surgeon.
Fraser McAndry ponders why we don't see more CHOs or AMCs joined into proceedings.
Damian Ward discusses the potential comeback for LSI claims.
Ewen Gardiner discusses the challenges defendants face regarding surveillance evidence.
For insurers to obtain the most benefit from the recent fundamental dishonesty provisions, it is vital they are fully understood.