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Don Clarke

Don Clarke


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Personal Injury Aware February 2019


The personal injury market is facing major upheaval in many different ways, which is likely to continue for the foreseeable future.

With this in mind, we have started a new publication to bring together the thoughts and opinions from across Keoghs’ various teams involved in the personal injury market - and by the number of contributors listed, we hope this highlights the wide variety of teams that make up a part of Keoghs.

We hope you find this an informative read!

AWARE 22/02/2019

Rehab fraud

Injured people will often trust their lawyers, medical experts and others involved in the claims process and rely upon them for guidance in pursuing their claims in a competent and appropriate manner, with their best interests in mind. 

AWARE 22/02/2019

Personal Injury aware

In the first of a series of snapshots looking at claims with a foreign element involved, Jennifer Bond outlines the process for motor claims in Europe, and what potential impact Brexit is going to have.

AWARE 22/02/2019

Credit Hire in the MoJ Portal

Credit hire claims are difficult to track through the MoJ Portal – costing insurers significant amounts of money. Melanie Mooney highlights the issue and how Keoghs can assist

AWARE 22/02/2019

Fundamental dishonesty

Stuart Giddings, partner in Keoghs’ Complex and Catastrophic Loss team, recently succeeded in bringing a fundamentally dishonest claim to a stop, resulting in LV= costs being paid.

AWARE 25/02/2019

Young Driver Safety

Young drivers (those aged from 17-24 years old) account for around 20% of road deaths, even though they make up only 7% of full licence holders and their mileage is lower than other road users. 

AWARE 25/02/2019

Keoghs bring issues to the fore

We’ve had a busy few months with our events from the teams in Legacy, Complex and Catastrophic Loss and Motor to name a few, as well as more coming up (watch out for invites!).

AWARE 25/02/2019

Tinnitus on the rise

Following the introduction of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO), Keoghs has identified an increase in claims alleging tinnitus following a road traffic accident.